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INFANTRY MAGAZINE

COMPOSITE INDEX
1966 2014
Table of Contents
SUBJECT ............................................................................................................................ PAGE
Airborne/Airmobile ............................................................................................................ 2
Aircraft ................................................................................................................................ 2
Air Support.......................................................................................................................... 2
Artillery ............................................................................................................................... 3
Clothing and Personal Equipment .................................................................................... 4
Combat operations .............................................................................................................. 4
Commandants Notes ......................................................................................................... 5
Communications, Wire, and Radio ................................................................................... 8
Foreign Armies and Lands................................................................................................. 8
Health and Fitness .............................................................................................................. 13
Historical ............................................................................................................................. 15
Intelligence and Electronic Warfare ................................................................................. 21
Leadership and Counseling ................................................................................................ 21
Logistics and Maintenance ................................................................................................. 28
Low Intensity Conflict/Terrorism/Operations Other
Than War/Stability and Support Operations ................................................................. 30
Map Reading and Navigation ............................................................................................ 33
Marksmanship .................................................................................................................... 34
Miscellaneous ...................................................................................................................... 35
Mission Command .............................................................................................................. 40
Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical..................................................................................... 40
Operation Enduring Freedom ........................................................................................... 40
Operation Iraqi Freedom ................................................................................................... 40
Organization and Administration ..................................................................................... 41
ROTC, USAR, and National Guard .................................................................................. 47
Simulations and Robotics ................................................................................................... 48
Tactics and Techniques ...................................................................................................... 48
Training ............................................................................................................................... 61
Vehicles ................................................................................................................................ 77
Weapons and Ammunition................................................................................................. 79
Writing and Speaking ......................................................................................................... 85
Index to Authors ................................................................................................................. 85
Index to Letters ................................................................................................................... 161
News Section ........................................................................................................................ 161
Book Reviews ...................................................................................................................... 161

ARTICLES
AIRBORNE/AIRMOBILE
Aeroscouts in Action, CPT Jon E. Swanson (S-O 70).
Air Assault Decision Matrix, CPT S.F. Kuni (M-J 95, pp. 41-43).
Air Assault Forces, CPT R. B. Thieme III, USA (J-A 77, pp. 28-30).
Air Assault into Iraq, LTC Frank R. Hancock, (S-O 94, pp. 8-9).
Air Assault Planning, CPT Barrett F. Lowe (M-A 90, pp. 28-32).
The Airborne Heavy Weapons Company in the COE, Captain Keith W. Benedict (J-A 2010, pp.15-20).
Airborne Heavy Weapons Company: Peace Enforcement Operations in Bosnia, LTC R.D. Hooker, Jr.
and CPT John R. Lightner (May-August 98, pp. 35-38).
Airborne in the 1980s, CPT Charles T. Knowles (S-O 80, pp. 7-8).
Airborne Operations: Recovery From Tree Landings, CPT David A. McBride (N-D 93, pp. 39-41).
Airmobile Command and Control Simulator, CPT Albert R. Amos, Jr. (N-D 70).
Airmobile Training, CPT John L. Morris, USA (M-J 77, pp. 45-46).
Airmobility in Europe, MAJ Barry F. Graham and MAJ Edward G. Sills (M-J 70).
Aviation LNO, CPT William H. Morris (N-D 90, pp. 14-15).
Black Hawk helicopter configuration for airmobile antiarmor crew, LT David E. Johnson, SWAP
SHOP (J-F 87, p. 42).
British Airborne School, CPT Eric H. Covner (J-F 84, pp. 10-11).
Combat Pathfinders, CPT William Freeman (M-A 70).
The Combined Army Battalion as an Air Assault Task Force, LTC Jack Marr, MAJ John Cushing,
CPT Josh Powers and CPT Rich Thompson (J-A 2008, pp. 15-20).
The Company Air Assault Raid, LTC Robert L. Caslen, Jr. (N-D 95, pp. 16-19).
A Deadly Combination: Integration of the AH-64D M-TADS and High Altitude Tactics on the Modern
Battlefield,
First Jump in China, BG Bernard Loeffke (S-O 85, pp. 12-13).
From Blackhawk to Bradley: The 101st Airborne in a Mechanized Role, Captain Christopher Hume (MJ 07, pp. 13-15).
Gunship Tactics, CPT Donald W. Moss (J-F 69).
Headhunters, (CN), MAJ Charles W. Quattlebaum (M-A 69).
An Innovative Approach to Combat Logistics: Low Cost, Low Altitude Airborne Resupply in
Afghanistan, LTC Michael Peterman, Major Paul J. Narowski, II, Major Ernest Litynski, and SFC
Edwin Clouse (S-O 2007, pp. 10-13).
Into the A Shau, MAJ Emmett Kelly (M-A 69).
JRTC Lessons Learned: An Airborne Platoon in the Defense, LT Mark R. Lewis (S-O 93, pp. 42-44).
Land on the Objective, CPT Ronald M. Buffkin (M-A 86, pp. 43-44).
Mohawk, (CN), CPT Jonathon D. George (M-A 69).
Pathfinder Training, CPT Keith P. Antonia (J-F 87, pp. 34-35).
Pickup Zone Crisis Action Team, SSG Eric B. Johnson, SWAP SHOP (May-August 98, p. 45).
Sampan Shuttle, (CN), MAJ Raymond E. Bell, Jr. (J-A 70).
SEAD Planning for Air Assault Operations, LT Robert L. Bateman (M-A 93, pp. 32-35).
The 2d Infantry Division (Air-borne), Mr. John M. Manguso (S-O 92, pp. 22-25).
Soviet Mechanized Airborne Forces, MAJ Richard N. Armstrong (M-J 85, pp. 24-28).
Ultralight Aircraft: A New Tool for Airmobility, MAJ James P. Stanton (J-F 93, pp. 11-13).
Using Attack Helicopters, LT Shaun Greene (M-A 95, pp. 36-38).
Where is My Cigar? MAJ Robert C. Stack (M-A 69).
You and the Proper Chopper, (CN), MAJ Howard J. Stiles (N-D 70).

AIRCRAFT
Angels With Whirling Blades, (CN), MAJ Raymond E. Bell, Jr., (M-J 71).
Attack Helicopters, LT Ronald M. Buffkin (S-O 82, pp. 9-10).

Black Hawk Helicopter Configuration for Airmobile Antiarmor Crew, LT David E. Johnson, SWAP
SHOP, (J-F 87, p. 42).
UTTAS, Richard E. Gile (J-A 74, p. 10).
UTTAS, BG Leo D. Turner, USA, Retired (S-O 74, pp. 17-19).
UTTAS, To Succeed Huey, Richard E. Gile (N-D 72).

AIR SUPPORT
Army Aviation: The Combat Multiplier, MAJ Donald L. Trent (M-A 82, pp. 18-21).
Army Aviation: An Insiders View, CPT Kevin G. Scherrer (S-O 82, pp. 7-9).
Attack Helicopters, LT Ronald M. Buffkin (S-O 82, pp. 9-10).
Back the FAC, (CN), MAJ Hugh Martin (USAF) (M-J 70).
CAS in the Deep Fight? CPT Douglas P. Schaare and CPT William S. McCallister (S-O 93, pp. 14-16).
Close Air Support: The Debate from a FACs Perspective, CPT Mark A. Barrett, USAF (M-J 88,
pp. 32-34).
Close Air Support for the AirLand Battle, LTC Ron Offley (S-O 85, pp. 21-25).
The Deep-Battle Surgeon, MAJ George W. Chappell (J-F 89, pp. 35-36).
Helicopter Support to Infantry: Dusting off the Lessons of the Past, COL Eugene H. Grayson, Jr. (Ret)
(J-F 96, pp. 19-20).
Limited Asset Airmobile Operations, MAJ Frank W. Gillespie, Jr., (M-J 71).
Manning, Equipping, Training and Deploying the Brigade Aviation Element, LTC Paul V. Marnon and
Robert D. Carter (S-O 05, pp. 21-22).
Modernizing the Airborne, Stanley C. Crist (July-December 97, pp. 8-11).
Planning Large-Scale Combined Airmobile Operations, MAJ Michael J. Morin (N-D 72).
The Raven SUAV: Working with Army Aviation. CPT John C. Wagner (M-J 05, pp 11-13).
Tactical Air Reconnaissance, (CN), LTC O. J. Hines (USAF) and CPT Charles Pippitt (J-F 70).
Techniques for an Air Assault Withdrawal, CPT Fred W. Johnson (March-June 97, pp. 38-39).
The Tower of Babel: Joing CAS Operations in Afghanistan. LTC John Jansen, USMC; MAJ Jim Sisler,
USAF; MAJ Dave Oclander; LTC Nick Dienna, USN; MAJ Todd Bufkin, USMC; and MAJ Tom
Di Tamasso (J-F 04 pp. 33-39).

ARTILLERY
Artillery Effects Test, George A. Durham and CPT Rory J. Ogle M-J 91, pp. 41-42).
The Battle Commanders Fire Support Planning, MAJ John M. Mach (J-F 92, pp. 43-45).
Brigade Targeting, LTC William E. Harner (N-D 96, pp. 15-17).
A Current Assessment of Excalibur Employment in Afghanistan, COL Gene Meredith, MAJ David
Moser, CPT Andrew Zikowitz and Daniel Halligan (A-A 12, pp 17-20).
Effective Fire Support at the JRTC, LTC Bruce A. Brant (S-O 94, pp. 39-43).
Executing a Combined Mortar and Artillery Raid. CPT Randy R. Riker (J-F 05, pp 30-32).
Fire Support in Irregular Warfare, Captain Jose M. Marrero (S-O 92, pp. 37-40).
Fire Support in Low Intensity Conflicts, MAJ Garnett Arnold (N-D 91, pp. 40-42).
Fire Support: Wedge Formation in DESERT STORM, CPT Ronald A. Hoskinson (M-J 92, pp. 35-38).
Fire Support: The Written Side, MAJ Jeffrey W. Yaeger (M-A 90, pp. 25-27).
Forward Looking Infrared and the Bradley Fire Support Vehicle, Dismounted Battlespace Battle Lab
Staff (M-J 94, pp. 13-14).
FSCOORD Challenges For Fire Supporters in the BCT, MAJ Christopher W. Wendland (N-D 2006,
pp. 38-41).
Joint Fires and Effects for Your Infantry and Heavy BCTs MG David P. Valcourt (N-D 04, pp 19-22).
The Language of Fire Support, LTC Robert D. Sander (M-A 90, pp. 21-24).
Light Artillery, LT Carl R. Moore (M-J 87, p. 20).
The Moving Call for Fire, CPT Joseph J. Martin (January-February 97, p. 12).
Synchronization: A Training Problem, CPT Peter A. Hansen (S-O 89, pp. 32-35.

Targeting for the Maneuver Task Force, LTC Richard P. McEvoy (N-D 96, pp. 12-14).
Understanding Fire Support, CPT Jonathan D. Thompson (M-J 91, pp. 39-41).
Why Organic Fires? COL Robert F. Barry II. (M-J 04, pp. 12-18).

CLOTHING AND PERSONAL EQUIPMENT


The Armys Family of Boots, CPT Troy W. Garrett (M-A 93, pp. 7-11).
Battle Dress SOP, CPT Noyes B. Livingston III (S-O 87, pp. 18-19).
ECWCS, CPT William N. Henson (M-A 87, pp. 11-13).
Evolution Of Warfighter Hydration, John R. Kennedy and Jeffrey S. Pacuska (M-J 2013, pp. 14-15).
Individual Protection Kit, LT Kevin M. Walker (J-A 91, pp. 20-21).
The Infantrymans LoadAnother Point of View, LTC Owen J. OBrien, Australia (J-F 73).
PASGT Helmet Band Retainer, U.S. Army Natick Research, Development, and Engineering Center,
SWAP SHOP (S-O 94, p. 47).
Protect Your Ear Protection, Mike Sparks, SWAP SHOP (J-A 95, p. 46).
Protective Clothing Carrier, CPT Lee F. Duffy (J-F 85, p. 42).
The Soldier System, MG Carmen J. Cavezza, COMMANDANTS NOTE (J-A 91, pp. 1-2).
Taking Care of the SoldierEquipping Him, MG Jerry A. White, COMMANDANTS NOTE (J-F 92,
pp. 1-2).
The 21st Century Land Warrior, CPT Gregory J. Dyekman (J-A 94, pp. 12-14).

COMBAT OPERATIONS
Al Huwijah, Iraq May 19, 2003: Scout Platoon in a Night Fight, CPT Mario Soto, (N-D 05, pp 10-15).
An Analysis of the Letter from Vietnam, MAJ Frederick L. Clapp (S-O 66).
The Battle of Huwayjah, CPT Scott W. Carpenter (N-D 04, pp 31-34).
The Battle of As Samawah Fire Support in the Urban Fight, CPT Jeff Noll, (N-D 05, pp 39-43).
Ben Cat/Iron Triangle, BG Ellis W. Williamson (M-A 66).
Chosin Platoon Climbs to Victory in Korengal, SFC Michael Pintagro (S-O 2006, pp. 10-12).
Clearing Ambush Alley, Paktika Province, Afghanistan) MAJ George B. Inabinet III (M-A 05, pp 40-43).
Delicate Operations, LTC Albert N. Garland, USA, Retired (J-F 74, pp. 45-48).
Hammering the Way into Baghdad: A Mechanized Infantry Brigade in Urban Combat, Arthur A.
Durante (S-O 04, pp 32-40).
The Infantry Squad: Lethality, Force Protection, and Technology, COL David B. Haight (S-O 12, p 1).
New Military Equipment: The Yom Kippur War, Jac Weller (M-J 74, pp. 18-21).
Objective Rice, CPT Larry Lubenow (N-D 66).
Observations on Mid-East War, Charles Black (M-A 74, pp. 21-25).
Operation Al Hasn: Planning and Executing a Full-Spectrum Operation in the Afghan Theater Today,
Major Scott T. McGleish, Major Darin J. Blatt, and Captain Peter G. Fischer (J-A 2007, pp. 19-25).
Operation CAESAR Returns: The Effectiveness of Dismounted Infantry Captain Eric G. Evans
(J-A 2007, pp. 36-40).
Operation Tapeworm: Task Force Battle Force Helps Take Down Uday, Qusay Hussein, CPT C. Quay
Barnett, (N-D 05, pp 28-32).
Own the Road: Conducting Convoy Security Operations in Iraq, Major Todd Grissom (M-A 2006,
pp. 9-12).
A Quick Reaction Platoon Engages Iraqi Insurgents. 1LT Timothy Meadors. (M-J 04, pp. 38-42).
Road Clearing Operations in Vietnam, CPT James B. Motley (S-O 66).
Search and Distroy in Vietnam, LTC George E. Dexter (J-A 66).
Six Men Alone, MAJ Robert C. Carroll, USA (J-F 75, pp. 41-43).
Stability Operations in Santo Domingo, MAJ William W. Klein (M-J 66).
Stand and Fight, CPT Arthur C. Stang III (M-A 66).
The Victory, CPT William E. Westgard (J-A 66).
Task Force China in Baghdad: TF 3-15 Defends the Crossroads. Arthur A. Durante (M-J 04, pp. 19-30).
Tips for the Delta Advisor, CPT Michael McNamara (S-O 66).

Training the Infantry Squad: Foundation of the Decisive Force, COL David B. Haight (N-D 12, pp 1).
Vietnam Report, COL Lawrence L. Mowrey (J-F 71).
War in the Mid-East, General of the Army A. Beaufre, France (Reprint), (J-A 74, pp. 12-16).
The Yom Kippur War, INFANTRY Staff (M-J 74, pp. 12-17).

COMMANDANTS NOTES
AAWS-M, MG Edwin H. Burba, Jr. (J-F 87, pp. 2-3).
Adaptability The Key to Success in Mountain Operations, MG Walter Wojdakowski (J-F 2008, p. 1).
Antiarmor weapons, MG Edwin H. Burba, Jr. (S-O 86, pp. 2-3).
Assault techniques, mechanized, MG Edwin H. Burba, Jr. (N-D 86, pp. 2-3).
Back to Basics, MG D. E. Grange (M-J 80, pp. 2-3).
Black Hawk Improvements, MG Sam Wetzel (M-A 82, p. 2).
Blueprint for the Future: Todays Initiatives for Tomorrows Army, Russell Eno (A-M 2011, p1.)
BOLD SHIFT: Strength in Reserve, MG Jerry A. White (S-O 92, pp. 1-2).
Bradley Fighting Vehicle Update, MG Carmen J. Cavezza, (J-F 91, pp. 1-2).
Bradley Infantry Fighting Vehicle, MG Edwin H. Burba, Jr. (J-A 86, pp. 2-3).
Bradley ModernizationMaking a Great System Better, MG Jerry A. White, (N-D 93,
pp. 1-2).Bradley Organization and Tactics, MG John W. Foss (J-A 85, pp. 2-3).
Bradley Platoon Reorganization, MG Michael F. Spigelmire (J-F 90, pp. 1-2).
A Century of Training, MG Walter Wojdakowski (M-A 2007, p. 1).
Closing Ranks for a Stronger Infantry, MG John M. LeMoyne (May-August 2000, pp. 1-2)
The Cohesive Infantry Team: The Human Dimension at Work COL Walter E. Piatt (N-D 2011, p.1)
Combatives and Conditioning: Winning the Close Fight, MG Walter Wojdakowski (M-J 2007, p. 1).
Combat DevelopmentsLooking Toward the Future, MG John W. Hendrix (J-A 95, pp. 1-2).
Combat Training Centers in Support of Training Excellence, MG Kenneth C. Leuer (M-A 88, pp. 1-2).
Counterinsurgency Operations, MG Walter Wojdakowski (S-O 2007, p. 1)
Counterinsurgency: The Multidimensional Approach Major General Michael Ferriter (J-A 2010, p. 1).
Counterinsurgency Seizing the Initiative, MG Walter Wojdakowski (J-A 2008, p. 1).
Counterinsurgency: Success in a Dynamic Environment, Major General Michael Barbero (J-F 2009, p.
1).
Counterinsurgency: The Way We Fight Today BG Bryan R. Owens (Jan.-March, p. 1)
Cultural AwarenessCross Cultural Interaction Today, MG Walter Wojdakowski (J-F 2007, p. 1).
Cultural Awareness and Combat Power. BG Benjamin C. Freakley (M-A 05, pp 1-2).
Cultural Awareness Useful Today, Vital Tomorrow, MG Walter Wojdakowski (M-J 2008, p. 1).
Curriculum Changes, MG John W. Foss (J-F 85, p. 2).
Developing the Initial Brigade Combat Team, MG John M. LeMoyne (May-August 99, pp. 1-2).
Developing the Maneuver Force for Wide Area Security and Combined Arms Maneuver Major General
Michael Ferriter (M-A 2010, p, 1).
Dismounted Battlespace Battle Lab: Putting the Ideas of the Future into Action Today, MG Jerry A.
White (M-A 94, pp. 1-2).
The Dismounted Infantry Squad: Situational Awareness in the Information Age COL Walter E. Piatt
(J-M 2012, p. 1).
Dismounted Operations: Training to Achieve Victory, MG Walter Wojdakowski (J-A 2007, p. 1).
Distinctions Between Brigade and Battalion Command, MG Edwin H. Burba, Jr. (M-J 87, pp. 2-3).
The Essence of Infantry, MG Michael F. Spigelmire (M-A 90, pp. 1-2).
Excellence in Weapon Marksmanship, MG Michael F. Spigelmire (N-D 89, p. 1).
The Experimental Force: Linking Doctrine, Training and Technology. BG Benjamin C. Freakley. (M-J
04, pp. 1-2).
The Expert Infantryman Badge Test, MG Michael F. Spigelmire (S-O 89, p. 1)
Facing the Turn of the Century, MG John W. Hendrix, (M-J 96, p. 1).
Finding the Terrorist: Locating the Enemy, MG Walter Wojdakowski (J-F 2006, p. 1).
FM 25-100, Training the Force, MG Michael F. Spigelmire (M-A 89, p. 1-1).
Forced Entry and the Contingency Force, MG Carl F. Ernst (July-December 97, pp. 1-2).
Fort Benning A Tradition of Training, MG Benjamin C. Freakley (J-A 05, pp. 1-2).
From Tactical Movements to Snipers, MG Walter Wojdakowski (M-A 2006, p. 1).

Full Spectrum Operations: Understanding the Implications of Diversity, Major General Michael
Ferriter (August-December 2009, page 1).
Future Challenges, MG Jerry A. White (N-D 91, pp. 1-2).
The Future InfantryAn Assessment, MG Jerry A. White (J-A 93, pp. 1-2).
The Future of the Infantry in Force XXI, MG Carl F. Ernst, (N-D 96, pp. 1-2).
Gearing Up for the Future, MG John W. Hendrix (S-O 95, pp. 1-2).
Gunnery Training: The Key to Total Weapon System Proficiency, MG Walter Wojdakowski
(N-D 2006, p. 1).
Heavy-Light Mix, MG John W. Foss (S-O 85, pp. 2-3).
Infantry and Engineers in Battle, MG D. E. Grange (S-O 80, pp. 2-3).
Infantry at the Crossroads, MG Carl F. Ernst (May-August 98, pp. 1-2).
The InfantryAchievements and Challenges, MG Jerry A. White (S-O 94, p. 1-2).
Infantry Association, MG Sam Wetzel (J-A 82, p. 2).
Infantry Association Conference, 1982, MG Sam Wetzel (M-A 83, p. 2).
InfantryCenterpiece of a Force Projection Army, MG Jerry A. White, (M-A 93, pp. 1-2).
The Infantry Division (Light), MG James J. Lindsay (J-F 84, p. 2).
Infantry DoctrineWhat Should It Be? MG Kenneth C. Leuer (S-O 87, pp. 1-2).
The InfantryFocused on the Future, MG Carl F. Ernst (January-April 98, pp. 1-2).
The Infantry Leader and Army Transformation, MG John M. LeMoyne, (September-December 2000,
pp. 1-3).
The InfantrySecuring the Future, MG Carl F. Ernst (January-April 99, pp. 1-2).
Infantry Force XXIFacing the Challenge, MG John W. Hendrix (J-F 95, pp. 1-2).
Infantry Force XXI Working Group, MG John W. Hendrix (M-A 95, pp. 1-2).
The Infantryman and his Mortar, MG D. E. Grange) (M-A 80, pp. 2-3).
Infantry, One or Many? MG John W. Foss (M-A 85, p. 2).
Infantry Planning for the 80s and 90s, MG Sam Wetzel (J-F 82, p. 2).
Infantry Proponency, MG Sam Wetzel (J-F 83, p. 2).
The Infantry School, MG Edwin H. Burba, Jr. (M-A 86, pp. 2-4).
Infantry School Training, MG John W. Foss (M-J 84, p. 14).
Infantry Small Arms and Marksmanship Training, MG John W. Foss (N-D 85, p. 2-3).
Infantry SquadHow Much is Enough? MG Carl F. Ernst (January-February 97, pp. 1-2).
Infantry TrainingFrom the Beginning, MG Jerry A. White (J-F 93, pp. 11-2).
The Infantry Training Center, MG Carmen J. Cavezza (M-J 91, pp. 1-2).
Infantry Training Center, MG James J. Lindsay (M-A 84, p. 2).
Infantry Training for Tomorrows Challenges, COL Robert E. Choppa (Oct-Dec 13, p1).
Infantry Training Strategies, MG Carmen J. Cavezza (S-O 90, pp. 1-2).
Information Warfare: The Next Dimension, BG Benjamin C. Freakley (S-O 04, pp. 1-2).
The Interim Brigade Combat TeamsClosing the Gap, MG John M. LeMoyne (J-A 2000, pp. 1-2).
JavelinThe Knockout Punch, MG Carl F. Ernst (S-O 96, pp. 1-2).
Leader Development: Keystone of Mission Accomplishment, BG David B. Haight (J-A 13, p 1).
Leadership at the Lieutenant Level, MG Sam Wetzel (N-D 82, p. 2).
Light and Lethal, MG Jerry A. White (J-A 92, pp. 1-2).
Light Infantry Techniques, MG John W. Foss (M-J 85, p. 2).
Ml6 Rifle Marksmanship, MG Michael F. Spigelmire (J-F 89, p. 1).
Major Infantry School Issues, MG James J. Lindsay (S-O 83, p. 2).
Marksmanship: A New Focus, MG Carmen J. Cavezza (N-D 90, pp. 1-2).
Mechanized InfantryA Blueprint for Modernization, MG Jerry A. White (N-D 92, pp. 1-2).
Mechanized InfantryClose Combat Fighters of the Heavy Force, MG Carl F. Ernst (M-J 97, pp. 1-2).
Meeting the Challenges of the Operational Envrionment, MG Michael Barbero (N-D 2008, p. 1).
Military Transition Teams, MG Walter Wojdakowski (N-D 2007, p. 1).
Mini-Task Forces, MG D. E. Grange (J-F 80, pp. 4-5).
The Modular Force BG Benjamin C. Freakley (N-D 04, pp 1-2).
Mountain Operations: The High Altitude Challenge, MG Walter Wojdakowski (S-O 2006, p. 1).
Mortars and the Combined Arms Team, MG Michael F. Spigelmire (M-J 90, pp. 1-2).
MOUT, MG James J. Lindsay (N-D 83, p. 2).
MOUTProgress and Challenges, MG Carl F. Ernst (S-D 98, pp. 1-2).

The NCO Academy, MG Kenneth C. Leuer (M-J 88, pp. 1-2).


The Objective Force Role. MG Paul D. Eaton (Spring 02, pp. 1-2).
One InfantryNow More Than Ever, MG John M. LeMoyne (September-December 99, pp. 1-2).
Operations Other Than War: A Broader Perspective, MG Jerry A. White (J-F 94, pp. 1-2).
Organic Fires: Critical Component to the Infantry Combined Arms Team. BG Benjamin C. Freakley.
(J-A 04, pp. 1-2).
Owning the Night, MG Jerry A. White (M-J 92, pp. 1-2).
Parting the Darkness, MG Jerry A. White (S-O 93, pp. 1-2).
A Perspective on Military Operations on Urban Terrain, MG John W. Hendrix (N-D 95, pp. 1-2).
Physical FitnessA Lifestyle, MG Sam Wetzel (S-O 82, p. 2).
Planning for the Emerging Threat, BG David B. Haight (M-J 13, p 1).
Preparing the Maneuver Force for Future Armed Conflict, BG David B. Haight (Jul-Sep 13, p1).
The Point of the Spear, MG Michael F. Spigelmire (N-D 88, pp. 1-2).
Popular Support Key in Counterinsurgency, Major General Michael Ferriter (July 2009, page 1).
The Ranger Course, MG Carmen J. Cavezza (S-O 91, p. 1).
Ranger Training, MG John W. Foss (J-F 86, pp. 2-3).
Reconnaissance and Security, MG Kenneth C. Leuer (J-A 88, pp. 1-2).
A Report to the Infantry Community, MG Sam Wetzel (J-A 83, p. 2).
A Review of the Future Infantry Force, MG Jerry A. White (M-J 94, pp. 1-2).
Rifle Marksmanship, MG Edwin H. Burba, Jr. (M-A 87, pp. 2-3).
Safety During Field Training, MG Michael F. Spigelmire (J-A 89, pp. 1-2).
Sharing Information to Win the Global War on Terrorism, MG Walter Wojdakowski (J-A 2006, p. 1).
Simulations at the Infantry School, MG Sam Wetzel M-J 83, p. 2).
Situational Awareness: The Key to the Tactical Edge COL David B. Haight (A-A 12 p 1).
Small Arms Strategy: Training and Modernization, MG Walter Wojdakowski (M-J 2006, p. 1).
Small Group Instruction, MG Carmen J. Cavezza (M-A 91, p. 1).
Sniper Training Program, MG Kenneth C. Leuer (J-F 88, pp. 1-2).
The Soldier Enhancement Program: A Paradigm for Transformation, MG Paul D. Eaton (Summer 2002
pp. 1-2).
The Soldiers Load, MG Edwin H. Burba, Jr. (M-J 86, pp. 2-3).
The Soldier System, MG Carmen J. Cavezza (J-A 91, pp. 1-2).
Training Adaptive Leaders and Units. BG Benjamin C. Freakley (M-A 04, pp. 1-2).
Training Small Unit Leaders: The Foundation of the Decisive Force (S-O 2011, pp.1-2)
Training Tomorrows Infantrymen: Todays War, Tomorrows Challenges, MG Walter Wojdakowski
(S-O 2008, p. 1).
Spirit of the Bayonet, MG Kenneth C. Leuer (J-A 87, pp. 1-2).
Standardization, MG John W. Foss (N-D 84, p. 6).
Standardization - Phase II, MG Sam Wetzel (M-J 82, pp. 2-3).
Standardizing Our Units, MG Kenneth C. Leuer (S-O 88, pp. 1-2).
The State of the Infantry 2003, BG Benjamin C. Freakley (Fall 03, pp. 1-2).
The Strategic Squad: The Way Ahead COL Walter E. Piatt (J-A 2011, pp.1-2)
Sustaining the Pace, MG John W. Hendrix (M-A 96, pp. 1-2).
Tactical Leadership Course, MG John W. Foss (J-A 84, p. 2).
Taking Care of the SoldierEquipping Him, MG Jerry A. White (J-F 92, pp. 1-2).
Taking Care of the SoldierTraining Him, MG Jerry A. White (M-A 92, pp. 1-2).
These Are My Credentials, COL Robert E. Choppa (Jan-Mar 14, p1).
A Time of Challenge, MG John W. Hendrix (N-D 94, p. 1).
Tomorrows Infantry, MG Carmen J. Cavezza (J-A 90, pp. 1-2).
Tomorrows InfantryA Progress Report, MG Jerry A. White (J-A 94, pp. 1-2).
Tomorrows WeaponsTodays Challenge, MG Jerry A. White (M-J 93, pp. 1-2).
Training for the Close Fight, MG Carl F. Ernst (J-A 96, p. 1).
Training the Force, MG Kenneth C. Leuer (N-D 87, pp. 1-2).
Training the Light Infantry Force, MG John W. Foss (S-O 84, p. 2).
Training Noncommissioned Officers to Train, MG Michael F. Spigelmire (M-J 89, pp. 1-2).
Training Small Unit Leaders: The Foundation of the Decisive Force COL Walter E. Piatt (S-O 2011, p.
1-2).

Transformation: A Full-Spectrum Approach MG Benjamin C. Freakley (M-J 05, pp 1-2).


The Warnet PilotTraining With Technology, MG John W. Hendrix (J-F 96, pp. 1-2).
Urban Counterinsurgency: Seizing the Opportunity, BG Benjamin C. Freakley (J-F 05, pp 1-2).
Urban Operations Meeting the Challenges, MG Walter Wojdakowski (M-A 2008, p. 1).
Urban Operations: Training to Meet the Challenge, Major General Michael Ferriter (March-June
2009, page 1).
Warrior FocusTaking the Lead, MG John W. Hendrix (M-J 95, pp. 1-2).
Welcoming the New Infantryman, MG D. E. Grange (N-D 80, pp. 2-4).
Your First Replacements Have Already Arrived, MG D. E. Grange (J-A 80, pp. 2-3).

COMMUNICATIONS, WIRE, AND RADIOS


Antenna Testing, CPT David M. Fiedler (J-F 79, pp. 43-45).
Battalion Signal Officer, CPT Thomas J. Martin (M-A 91, pp. 42-44).
The BIFV and Communications, CPT Gregory J. Premo (J-A 83, pp. 6-7).
But Let Your Communications Be Yea, Yea: Nay, Nay, COL Robert D. Sweeney (J-A 71).
Communicating in Battle, CPT Gregory J. Premo (S-O 82, pp. 12-13).
Covert signal technique, LT Robert G. Johnson, Jr., SWAP SHOP (S-O 87, p 21).
Delivering the Network to the Soldier, COL Robert C. Carpenter (N-D 13, pp 9-10).
EPLRS: Where Are You? I Am Here, MAJ David A. Prior (S-O 88, pp. 38-40).
Extend the Range of a Radio, CPT Daniel T. Williams (January-April 98, pp. 18-21).
Improving CP Survivability, LTC Jack Silva (N-D 87, pp. 23-27).
Jamaica Antenna, MAJ R. E. Chambler (J-A 66).
A Letter to RTOs, (CN), SP4 Frederick Rearick (M-A 71).
LRSU Communications: Support for the AirLand Battle, Jerold R. Dodds (N-D 91, pp. 17-18).
Mission Improbable, 1LT Richard P. MacKenna (J-F 72).
Paragraph V in a Network Centric Environment and Its Impac on Operations, CPT Rob Thornton (S-O
05, pp. 16-20).
The Pregnant Snake, SSG James H. Lorrorn (J-F 66).
Radio Interference, LT John J. Fuhs (S-O 72).
Remote Communications Platform, CPT Mark R. Hayzlett (S-O 86, pp. 39-40).
Rifle Company ECCM, MAJ P.J. Dulin, USMC (M-J 86, pp. 30-34).
A Short Note on PACE Plans, MAJ Michael S. Ryan (Jul-Sep 13, p 13).
Space Systems: The Ultimate High Ground, MAJ Frederick W. Conard (S-O 87, pp. 19-21).
Staking an Antenna Assembly, LTC David M. Fiedler, SWAP SHOP (S-O 95, p. 46).
Watch Your Pronouns, John I. Hartley (J-A 88, pp. 14-15).

FOREIGN ARMIES AND LANDS


Abu Musab al-Zarqawi: An Examination of the Writings of Investigative Journalist Gamal Rahim,
CDR Youssef Aboul-Enein, USN (August-December 2009, pp. 12-15).
AGI in Southern Iraq, Captain William Harryman, Captain Mark Hayes and Major Rey Soliz (MarchJune 2009, pp. 11-13).
Alpini: Men in High Places, Jack Barham (J-F 86, pp. 18-20).
Al-Jazeera Correspondent Reveals Details From Bin Laden Interviews, Lieutenant Commander Youssef
Aboul-Enein (S-O 2007, pp. 21-24).
Ambush in Gumbad Valley, CPT Paul A. Thomas (J-F 2008, pp. 26-31).
The Anglo-French Intervention in the Levant: June 8 to July 11, 1941, Lieutenant Commander Youssef
Aboul-Enein, USN and 2LT Basil H. Aboul-Enein, USAF (M-J 2008, pp. 45-49).
The Arab Perspective of the 2006 Israeli War with Hezbollah: The Egyptian Strategic Research Center
al-Ahram Annual Strategic Report, Lieutenant Commander Youssef Aboul-Enein, USN (M-A
2008, pp. 11-15).
Armor in DESERT SHIELD, Michael R Jacobson (N-D 90, pp. 32-37).
Asiatic Guerrilla Motivation, CPT John M. Little (J-F 66).

Assault Gun Battalions Assessed: Do They have Utility In Modern Combat, COIN Operations? LTC
Raymond A. Millen and Major (Retired) Richard L. Lavosky (S-O 2007, pp. 17-20).
Auftragstaktik, CPT Frank A. Kerkemeyer (N-D 87, pp. 28-30).
Auftragstaktik: Its Origin and Development, LTC John L. Silva (S-O 89, pp. 6-9).
Auftragstaktik: Thoughts of a German Officer, LTC Knut Czeslik (J-F 91, pp. 10-11).
The Australian Parachutist Course, SSG Billie R. Wear (M-J 68).
Battalion-Level Civil-Military OperationsDanish Style, Captain Benjamin Buchholz (M-A 2006,
pp. 46-47).
Battalion Mortar Platoon Operations in Afghanistan, Sergeant First Class Jason Levy (July 2009, pp 2332).
The Battle of Falljuah, November 2004, Captain Daniel Kilgore (March-June 2009, pp. 26-32).
Battle of Hue, CPT George W. Smith (J-A 68).
The Bear Went Over the Mountain: Soviet Combat Tactics in Afghanistan: More Lessons from the SovietAfghan War, Edited by Lester W. Grau (S-O 2007, pp. 38-40).
Bicycle Infantry: The Swiss Experience, CPT Kevin D. Stringer (S-O 94, pp. 10-12).
The BMP in Combat, MAJ James K. McCaslin, Jr., USA (J-F 77, pp. 26-31).
Book Provides Additional Insight into Bin Ladens Past, Lieutenant Commander Youssef Aboul-Enein
(USN) (M-A 2007, pp. 45-49).
British Airborne School, CPT Eric H. Covner (J-F 84, pp. 10-11).
British Army Infantry, MSgt. Dick Larsen, USAF (M-J 76, pp. 42-46).
The British are Coming to the Peak of Modernization, COL Norman L. Dodd, Retired, UK Army (M-A
73).
British Company or Squadron Group in the Hasty Attack, LTC Philip J. Brandli (M-A 96, pp. 10-12).
The British Infantry of the Seventies, COL Norman L. Dodd, UK Army, Retired (J-A 72).
The British PT Corps, CPT Kelly E. DeWitt (J-A 87, pp. 41-44).
The BTR: Ivans Other Carrier, CPT Scott R. Gourley (S-O 84, pp. 11-13).
CHAD: The Mysterious War, LT Thomas A. Marks (M-J 73).
Chess and Poker: Intelligence Drives Operations, CPT Anderson Brandon (J-A 2008, pp. 21-23).
Chile, COL Michael Kovalsky, USA (S-O 74, pp. 48-50).
COIN Cliff Notes: Techniques for the Conventional Rifle Platoon in Laymans Terms, CPT Craig
Coppock (J-A 2008, pp. 11-14).
COIN: When Adaptability Makes the Difference, CSM William J. Ulibarri (J-A 2008, p. 2).
COIN Operations and the Rise and Fall of an Iraqi Warlord, CPT Frank A. Rodriguez (AugustDecember 2009, pp. 36-41).
COIN Operations in Afghanistan, Captain Brad Israel (August-December 2009, pp. 24-28).
Combat Leadership, CPT Hugh Jones (N-D 2008, pp. 25-31).
Combined Arms and the Evolution of War, 1LT Joseph P. Morsello (N-D 2008, pp. 15-18).
The Combined Arms Battalion as an Air Assault Task Force, LTC Jack Marr, MAJ John Cushing, CPT
Josh Powers and CPT Rich Thompson (J-A 2008, pp. 15-20).
Communist Chinas Footsoldiers, Niu Sien-Chong (J-F 66).
Conducting Vehicle Checkpoints in Kosovo, CPT Erik Krivda and 1LT Kamil Sztalkoper (Winter 03,
pp. 16-18).
Constructing a Platoon FOB in Afghanistan, CPT Chris OBrien (J-F 2008, pp. 34-37).
Counterinsurgency and Soviet Force Structure, Graham H. Turbiville, Jr., and MAJ James F. Gebhardt
(N-D 91, pp. 20-26).
Counterinsurgency Seizing the Initiative, MG Walter Wojdakowski (J-A 2008, p. 1).
Creating Something from Nothing: A Dedicated Civil-Military Platoon at the Battalion Level, Captain
Sean P. Walsh (August-December 2009, pp. 6-8).
CJTF 635: RAMSI: An Australian Army Units Quick Response, LTC Chris Field (J-A 05, pp 24-29).
Crisis in the Horn of Africa: Ethiopian-Eritrean Border Battles, 1998, Adam Geibel (January-April 99,
pp. 18-19).
Cultural Awareness: Resources Can Help Prepare Soldiers Before Deployments, Edwin B. Nelson (JF 2007, pp. 6-7).
Cultural Awareness and the Armed Forces, Kirsten Sanders (M-J 2008, pp. 27-28).
Cultural Awareness Useful Today, Vital Tomorrow, MG Walter Wojdakowski (M-J 2008, p. 1).
Cultural Awareness Winning at the Tactical Level, CSM William J. Ulibarri (M-J 2008, p. 2).

Cultural Understanding: The Cornerstone of Success in a COIN Environment, Major Mark S. Leslie
(J-A 2007, pp. 7-12).
The Danish Home Guard, SGT B. A. Hartmann-Madsen (M-A 66).
A Deadly Combination: Integration of the AH-64D M-TADS and High Altitude Tactics on the Modern
Battlefield, CPT A.C. Schilleci (M-J 2008, pp. 21-23).
Dealing With the Iraqi Populace: An Arab-American Soldiers Perspective, Sergeant Mounir Elkhamri
(J-F 2007, pp. 8-10).
Defending Against Soviet Forces on Urban Terrain, LTC Lester W. Grau (M-J 85, pp. 29-32).
The Desert: Its Different, BG S. L. A. Marshall (N-D 70).
The Egyptian-Yemen War: Egyptian Perspectives on Guerrilla Warfare. LCDR Youssef Aboul-Enein
(J-F04 pp 19-23).
Egyptian General Mohamed Fawzi Part II: Reflections on the Impact of the Yemen Guerrilla War on
Egyptian Military Thinking, CDR Youssef Aboul-Enein, USN (A-A 12, pp 21-25).
Egyptian General Mohamed Fawzi Part III: Reflections on Mistakes Made in Planning, Training,
Equipping, and Organizing Egyptian Combat Formations Prior to the 1967 Six-Day War, CDR
Youssef Aboul-Enein (S-O 12, pp 45-50).
Egyptian General Mohamed Fawzi Part IV: The Egyptian Armed Forces Collapse Before His Eyes
the 1967 Six-Day War, CDR Youssef Aboul-Enein (N-D 12, pp 19-22).
Egyptian General Mohamed Fawzi Part V: Reflections on Challenges to Civil Authority, CDR Youssef
Aboul-Enein (J-A 13, pp 49-51).
Egyptian General Mohamed Fawzi Part VI: Plans to Rebuild Egyptian Armed Forces After the Six-Day
War, CDR Youssef Aboul-Enein (M-J 2013, pp. 16-19).
Egyptian General Saad-Eddine El-Shazly: Controversial Operational Thinker and Architect of the 1973
Yom-Kippur War LCDR Youssef Aboul-Enein (J-F 05, pp 20-24).
The Enemy, MAJ Malcom A. Danner, MAJ Billy J. Biberstein (M-J 69).
Establishing a Training Center for Diyala Border Enforcement, CPT Joseph Wise (J-A 2006, pp. 42-45).
Ethiopia-Eritrea 1999: Border Battles Continue, Adam Geibel (May-August 99, pp. 15-18).
Evolution of the BMP, CPT David F. McDermott and CPT Scott R. Gourley (N-D 83, pp. 19-22).
Evolution of the Concepts of Jihad in Islamic Thought, Commander Youssef Aboul-Enein, USN (J-F
2009, pp. 18-21).
The Evolution of Iranian Warfighting During the Iran-Iraq War: When Dismounted Light Infantry
Made the Difference, Sergeant Ben Wilson (J-A 2007, pp. 31-35).
Field Sanitation Teams, Preventive Medicine Measures Key During Deployments, CPT Bradley W.
Hudson (N-D 2008, pp. 47-50).
Fighting in a Fortified Village: The Second Chechen War. Adam Geibel (September-December 99,
pp. 18-22).
Fighting in Afghanistan, LT Paul H. Vivian (J-F 82, pp. 17-21).
Fighting on the Coastal Plains, MAJ GEN O. M. Barsanti (S-O 68).
Foreign MCCC Officers Share Culture with Instructors, Leaders Tiffany Nabors (J-M 2011, pp.4-5).
The French Airborne Forces, LTC Jean G. Salvan (N-D 73).
French Airborne School, CPT Donald E. Gonneville (N-D 68).
The French Airborne School, MAJ Gayden E. Thompson (J-A 80, pp. 22-24).
French Commando School, CPT Millard A. Peck (J-F 69).
French CP Operations, MAJ Charles L. Toomey (J-F 90, pp. 44-45).
French Infantry, LTC Jean Salvan, France (S-O 74, pp. 36-39).
The German Airborne Antitank Battalion and the Wiesel Armored Weapon Carrier, LTC Wolfgang
Mettler, German Army (J-F 95, pp. 24-29).
German Airborne Doctrine: West and East, 1LT Friedrick Jeschonnek, and 2LT Dieter Riedel (J-A 73).
German Armies Today, Hubert J. Erb (M-A 73).
German Armored Combat Troops, translated by LTC Peter F. Dauber, U.S. Army (M-J 83, pp. 24-27).
German Combat Troops in Action, MG Fritz Birnstiel, West German Army (N-D 77, pp. 24-29).
The German Infantry: Headed for the Year 2,000, LTC Joerg Bahr, German Army (N-D 92, pp. 7-11).
German Infantry in the 1990s, COL Gero Koch, German Army (J-A 87, pp. 27-32).
Golan Interlude, LTC Mark D. Gatanas, USA (M-A 77, pp. 44-46).
Goliaths Transfiguration: Preparing the Infantry for Netwars, Lieutenant G. Gabriel Serbu, Canadian
Army (N-D 2008, pp. 32-37).

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Hand and Arm Signals in the ROK Army, MSG Raymond E. Brinkman (N-D 85, pp. 40-41).
The HHC Commander as the JSS/Forward TAC OIC, CPT Ryan Roberts (N-D 2008, pp. 6-8).
A Higher Calling: Training Curve is Steep at the Army Mountain Warfare School, Bob Rosenburgh (JF 2008, pp. 38-40).
Hizballah: A Discussion of its Early Formation LCDR Youssef Aboul-Enein and MAJ Rudolph Atallah
(M-J 05, pp 21-25).
Human Terrain Support for Current Operations, Captain Nathan K. Finney (March-June 2009, pp. 46).
Human Terrain Team Helps Soliders in Iraq Understand Cultural Landscape, SGT Mike Pryor (J-F
2008, pp. 8-9).
An Imporant Weapon in COIN Operations: The Key Leaders Engagement, CPT Joe Curtis (J-A 2008,
pp. 35-42).
Infantry Battalion COIN Operations, LTC John Luttrell (J-A 2008, pp. 6-10).
Infantry Innovations in Insurgencies: Sir Lankas Experience, LTC (Retired) Ivan Welch (M-J 2013, pp
28-31.)
Infantry in the Middle East, Part One, Leo Heiman (J-F 68).
Infantry in the Middle East, Part Two, Leo Heiman (M-A 68).
An Infantry Platoon Leaders Thoughts on OIF Operations, 1LT Brendan Hagan (M-A 2008, pp. 2735).
INFANTRY Interview: Thoughts on U.S.-Ukrainian Training, Colonel General Vasyl T. Sobkov,
Ukrainian Army (S-O 96, pp. 18-20).
Insurgent Attack in Ramadi: Platoon Leader Recounts Urban Engagement, Captain Edward Clark III
(March-June 2009, pp. 33-36).
Intelligence Collection and Sharing, CPT Timothy Hsia (J-F 2008, pp. 20-22).
Intelligence Sharing: A Not So New Concept Give New Life, MAJ J. R. Johnson (M-J 2008, pp. 44-45).
Islamist Militancy and Yemens Internal Sturggles: A Look at the Writing of Yemeni Colonel Abd-alWali Al-Shumairy, LCDR Youssef Aboul-Enein, USN (J-F 2008, pp. 41-49).
Interoperability with Egyptian Forces, LTC Wolf D. Kutter and MAJ Glenn M. Harned (J-F 85,
pp. 15-17).
An Introduction to Arab Culture: A Brief Synopsis for US Soldiers, Captain Ken Segelhorst (J-F 2009,
pp. 39-44).
The Invasion of Afghanistan, CPT David F. McDermott (J-F 85, pp. 19-23).
Iraqi Infantry, Michael R. Jacobson (J-F 91, pp. 33-37).
Iraqs Mailed Fist, MAJ John F. Antal (J-F 91, pp. 27-30).
Israeli M113s, CPT Edwin L. Kennedy, Jr. (J-A 84, pp. 6-7).
Israeli MOUT Training, CPT Edwin L. Kennedy, Jr. (M-A 84, p. 13).
Italian Rangers Link Up with U.S. Counterparts CPT Massimiliano Bar (J-F 2006, pp. 48-49).
ITAS in OEF: Code Name Finger of God, Captain Josh Harrison (July 2009, pp. 18-20).
JAEGER, LT Friedrich Jeschonnek, West German Army (M-J 75, pp. 35-37).
Janabi Village: Victory in an Al-Qaida Stronghold, Sergeant Jason G. George and Captain Michael H.
Starz (March-June 2009, pp. 37-43).
Jungle Search in New Guinea, CPT Joseph W. Wheeler (M-J 66).
Knockout in 30 Hours, Jac Weller (J-A 68).
The Lanceros: Heroes Past and Present, CPT David L. Sonnier (M-A 90, pp. 13-16).
LeClerc: The Man and the Match, Sp4 Howard W. Holmes (M-J 66).
Lessons from a Task Force LNO CPT Derrick Boden (June-August 2011, pp. 21-25)
Lessons Learned from an Iraqi Strike Team 1LT Matthew Buchanan (J-M 2011, pp.9-12).
Mao and Moscow, Seymour Slessinger (M-J 68).
The Middle East: A Travelers Guide, Charles L. Black (N-D 90, PAST TIMES, pp. 28-31).
Mechanized Forces in Vietnam, (CN), MAJ Barry F. Graham (J-A 69).
Mechanized Infantry in Israel, Jac Weller (S-O 72).
Military Awakening: Clear, Hold, Build and the Development of Awakening Councils and Iraqi Police,
CPT Matthew M. McCreary (J-A 2008, pp. 31-34).
Montas, CPT Philip Bodenhorn, USA (S-O 74, pp. 51-52).
MOUT and the Soviet Motorized Rifle Battalion, LTC Lester W. Grau (J-F 85, pp. 24-27).

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The Need to Train on Foreign Weapons MAJ Jim Tierney (N-D 2011, pp. 49-51).
New Thai Infantry, Mr. Jac Weller (J-F 69).
Night Stalkers and Mean Streets: Urban Guerrillas in Afghanistan, Ali Ahmad Jalali and Lester W.
Grau (January-April 99, pp. 20-26).
North Korean Infantry Battalions: Organization and Equipment, MAJ Michael R. Jacobson (S-O 92,
pp. 7-10).
North Korean Infantry Battalions: Tactics, MAJ Michael R. Jacobson (N-D 92, pp. 12-17).
Nothing Significant to Report: What Winning Really Looks Like, CPT Greg Ralls, CPT Ben Walker,
CPT Tim Downing, 1LT Cory Scharbo, 1LT Daniel Griffin (S-O 2008, p. 38-41).
The NVA: A New Look, MAJ Nguyen Cong Luan, South Vietnamese Army (M-A 76, pp. 20-27).
Offensive Disruption: Separating the Enemy from the Population through Lethal Fire and Maneuver,
CPT Chris Hammonds (S-O 2008, pp. 33-37).
Operation River Gate: Paratroopers Battle Insurgents in Haqlaniyah, CPT Aaron B. Baty (M-A 2008,
pp. 36-39).
OPSEC Key to Current, Future Operations, CPT Timothy Hsia (M-J 2008, pp. 24-25).
Pacification, LTC Edwin W. Chamberlain (N-D 68).
The Parallel Hierarchies, Part One, LTC Boyd T. Bashore (M-J 68).
The Parallel Hierarchies, Part Two, LTC Boyd T. Bashore (J-A 68).
The Philippine Insurrection 1899-1902: A Combat Patrol on Samar, David Perrine (J-F 2009, pp. 3338).
Planning for Support Operations in a Muontainous Environment, MAJ Michael Mulherin (J-F 2008,
pp. 32-33).
Peer Counseling: Another Dimension fo Warrior Recovery, Chaplain (MAJ) Tammie Crews (M-A
2008, pp. 7-10).
Rag-Tag No More, CPT Larry R. Lubenow (S-O 66).
RC Exchange Program, CPT George B. Huff, Jr. (S-O 84, pp. 8-11).
Red Chinas Army, Jac Weller (N-D 66).
Retired Egyptian Counterterrorism Expert Speaks on Islamic Militant Tactics, LCDR Youssef
Aboul_Enein (M-A 05, pp 19-22).
Revisiting Modern Warefare: The 3rd HBCT, 3rd Ids Experience in Madain Qada, Iraq, LTC David G.
Fivecoat and CPT Aaron T. Schwengler (J-A 2008, pp. 24-30).
The Revitalization of Samarra, Captain Erich Almonte (August-December 2009, pp. 29-35).
The Rheostat Adjustment Model: A Commanders Tool for Combating Soldier Complacency, COL
Wayne W. Grigsby, Jr., MAJ David G. Fivecoat, CPT Steven M. Hemmann and CPT Matthew S.
Carman (M-A 2008, pp. 40-46).
The Role of Combat Lifesavers in Counterinsurgency Operations, CPT Bradley W. Hudson, SSG(P)
Karen L. Moody and SSG Robert Melton (J-A 2008, pp. 48-51).
Russion Snipers in the Mountains and Cities of Chechnya. Lester W. Grau and Charles Q. Cutshaw.
(Summer 02, pp. 7-11).
Saigon, 1968, INFANTRY Staff (M-J 68).
The Sapper, GYSGT Frederick P. Peterkin (N-D 69).
Scenario Highlights Effective Personnel Recovery Program, Wayne Heard (M-J 2008, pp. 40-43).
Security Force Assistance: Setting Favorable Conditions for Future Deployments CPT Daniel Santos
(June-August 2011, pp. 33-39).
Small Arms Ammunition: Know What Youre Shooting, (This article first appeared in the June 2007
issue of PS, The Preventive Maintenance Monthly.) (J-F 2008, p. 50).
Small Unit Leader Development: Relevant to the COE and the Future, COL Mark W. Suich (S-O 2008,
pp. 26-32).
Smarter Patrolling: Dismounted Movement in Eastern Afghanistan, Captain Aaron W. Childers and
SFC David Banks (July 2009, pp. 33-37).
Snapshot of a Joint Security Station, CPT Jeffrey M. Shelnutt (N-D 2008, pp. 12-14).
A Soldiers Guide to Understanding Christianity and Islam, Chaplain (MAJ) Walt Hoskins (M-J 2008,
pp. 32-36).
Soldiers Look to Other Troops to Get Better Understanding of Islamic Cultures, SGT Brandon Little
(M-J 2008, p. 5).
Soviet Airborne, CPT A. Dwayne Aaron (S-O 79, pp. 13-15).

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The Soviet AK74, Threat Division, Directorate of Intelligence and Security, USAIC (M-J 89, pp. 9-10).
Soviet APCs, LTC R. G. Sullivan (N-D 71).
The Soviet Approach, MAJ Armand DeCesare and CPT Adolf Carlson (J-F 79, pp. 16-19).
The Soviet Army: Coming to Terms With Its Afghan Experience, CPT Paul H. Vivian (J-F 90,
pp. 14-17).
Soviet Assault Bridging, 1LT Charles L. Toomey (J-F 79, p. 15).
Soviet ATGM Countermeasures, Michael R. Jacobson (M-A 91, pp. 8-10).
The Soviet BTR-80, CPT George T. Norris (N-D 86, pp. 23-24).
Soviet Infantry Assault Detachments, Graham H. Turbiville (S-O 75, pp. 37-42).
Soviet Landmine Operations: Part 1, Threat Directorate, USAIC (M-J 88, pp. 27-31).
Soviet Landmine Operations: Part 2, Threat Directorate, USAIC (J-A 88, pp. 22-25).
Soviet Mechanized Airborne Forces, MAJ Richard N. Armstrong (M-J 85, pp. 24-28).
Soviet Military Operations in Built-up Areas, MAJ A. E. Hemesley, British Army (N-D 77, pp. 30-34).
Soviet Military Service Obligations, Vyacheslav P. Artemiev (S-O 68).
Soviet Mortars, CPT Scott R. Gourley and CPT David F. McDermott (N-D 84, pp. 12-14).
Soviet Motorized Infantry, Threat Division, Directorate of Intelligence and Security, USAIC (J-A 89,
pp. 42-43).
Soviet Motorized Rifle Company, CPT Steven A. Lovasz, USA (N-D 75, pp. 30-35).
Soviet Snipers, Threat Division, Directorate of Intelligence and Security, USAIC (S-O 89, pp. 20-21).
The Soviet Soldier, MAJ Joseph C. Liberti, USA (J-F 76, pp. 37-41).
Soviet Strongpoint, MAJ Ray J. Vejar, USA (S-O 77, pp. 38-43).
Soviets Other Forces, CPT Ronald M. Bonesteel (N-D 88, pp. 25-28).
A Soviet View: Attack from March Column, COL V. Kotikov, Soviet Army (N-D 80, pp. 24-26).
A Soviet View: Reconnaissance in Exercises, LTG S. Rizatdinov, Soviet Army (J-A 80, pp. 25-27).
Spymaster: Former Egyptian Intelligence Chief Discusses Psychological Warfare, LCDR Youssef
Aboul-Enein (J-A 2006, pp. 23-25).
SRTA Allows 360-Degree Training Capability, MAJ Raymond L. Fuller, MAJ Michael A. Jaskowiec,
Marcus Phillips and MAJ Jonathan M. Stone (M-A 2008, pp. 47-49).
Street Literature on Usama Bin Laden Part IIThe Soviet-Afghan Years, LCDR Youssef Aboul-Enein,
(S-O 2006, pp. 22-25).
The Sudanese Army: A Historical Analysis and Discussion on Religious Politicization. LCDR Youssef
Aboul-Enein (J-A 04, pp. 24-26).
The Swiss System, Hartmut Schauer (M-J 80, pp. 10-11).
Team Enabler: Getting Civil Affairs, Tactical Psychological Operations and Human Intelligence
Collection into the Fight, CPT David J. Smith and 1LT Jeffrey Ritter (J-F 2008, pp. 16-18).
Team Fish Hook Long Range Carbine Marksmanship Training in Afghanistan, CPT Matthew D.
McDonald (M-J 2008, pp. 37-38).
Terriers, COL Norman L. Dodd, British Army, Retired (J-A 74, pp. 21-24).
Thinking Beyond the First Mile: A Look at Interpreters on Combat Logistics Patrols, First Lieutenant
David E. Leiva and Sergeant J. Saad (March-June 2009, pp. 7-10).
Training Afghan Soldiers: A Technique for Building Rapport with Your Counterparts, Dr. (SGM
Retired) Terry Tucker (M-J 2008, pp. 29-31).
Training Infantry in the ROK Army, LTC Gary E. Woodring (J-A 85, pp. 14-15).
A Travelers Guide to the Middle East, Charles Black (N-D 70).
U Minh Pacification Withstands Current NVA Offensive, MAJ Gary L. Paxton (N-D 72).
Urban Combat Doctrine of the Salvadoran FMLN, David E. Spencer (N-D 90, pp. 17-19).
Urban Combat Where Adaptability Makes the Difference, CSM William J. Ulibarri (M-A 2008, p. 2).
The Viet Cong Soldier, MAJ Edgar Obalance (N-D 66).
The Vietnamese Infantry School, CPT James E. Behnke (J-F 66).
Where the is Water, There is Land Water Complexities in a COIN Environment COL(R) Martin A.
Leppert (A-M 2011, pp.22-25).
Winning the Hearts and Minds, A Korea Experience, COL Matthew T. Margotta (S-O 2006, pp. 13-17).
WWII Unit Honored for Bayonet Attack, COL (RET) Doug Dillard (M-J 2008, pp. 6-7).

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HEALTH AND FITNESS


Aerobics: In My Army? LT Raymond L. Naworol (J-A 85, pp. 18-19).
The Army Forward Surgical Team, COL Harry Stinger and LTC Robert Rush, (Winter 03, pp. 11-13).
The Army Substance Abuse Program: A Force Multiplier? LTC David L. Thomas II (M-A 05, pp 4448).
Battle Fatigue, LTC Brian H. Chermol (J-F 84, pp. 13-15).
Battlefield Medicine A New Perspective. LTC Donald L. Parsons (Ret.) (M-A 04, pp. 16-17).
The British PT Corps, CPT Kelly E. DeWitt (J-A 87, pp. 41-44).
Building Morale Through PT, CPT David H. Petraeus (M-A 83, pp. 11-12).
The Care Team Concept, Chaplain (LTC) Timothy E. Sowers, MAJ Joseph F. Pridgen, Chaplain (CPT)
Tracy N. Kerr and SPC Ben Hutto (S-O 2008, pp. 22-25).
Cold Weather PT, CPT Deirdre Christenberry and LTC Albert J. Sierra (M-A 83, pp. 30-32).
Combatives: Do We Train As We Fight? Captain Josh Collins (M-J 2007, pp. 46-48).
Combatives School Revamps Curriculum, Vince Little (J-A 2010, page 2)
Commanders Fitness Program, CPT Samuel J. Padgett (J-A 90, pp. 36-38).
Drugs: A New Approach, LT Thomas A. Marks, USA (J-F 75, pp. 14-15).
Emotional First Aid: The Commanders Role, MAJ Greg Lande (N-D 86, pp. 40-41).
The FeetMission-Essential Equipment, LT Larry T. Staats (M-A 87, pp. 13-14).
Field Sanitation Teams, Preventive Medicine Measures Key During Deployments, CPT Bradley W.
Hudson (N-D 2008, pp. 47-50).
First Class: An Attitude, MAJ L.J. Sklenar (J-A 85, pp. 17-18).
The First Enemy You Meet: Acclimatization and Mastery of Desert Heat, BG Michael Walter, COL
Charles Callahan, and CPT Matt Hing (N-D 04, pp 10-12).
Fit for Life, Fit for War: Reflections on the Warrior Ethos Stephen Muse, Ph.D. (M-A 05, pp 23-27).
A Fitness Badge, CPT Michael T. McEwen (J-A 83, pp. 9-10).
High Altitude Deployment: The Medical Implications, COL David E. Johnson (J-F 90, pp. 22-25).
The Human Component: Treating Hidden Injuries, Chaplain (MAJ) Tammie Crews (S-O 2007, pp. 1415). This article originally appeared in the August 23, 2007, issue of the Fort Irwin, California High
Desert Warrior. Reprinted with the permission of the Fort Irwin Public Affairs Office.
Integrating Medical Training into Company Warfighting Training. CPT Lawrence O. Basha. (Spring
02, pp. 39-41).
Jungle Horse Sense, CPT Dan D. Buttolph (J-F 68).
Leadership and PT, LTC Harry D. Stumpf (J-A 90, pp. 34-36).
Learn NowLive Later, MAJ Gerald S. Rose (J-F 68).
Load Carrying Ability Through Physical Fitness Training, Michael S. Bahrke and LTC John S.
OConnor (M-A 90, pp. 33-36).
Managing Combat StressThe Role of the Battalion Commander LTC Gary Brito (M-A 2007, pp. 6-7).
Master Fitness Course, CPT Samuel J. Padgett, Jr. (M-A 88, pp. 38-39).
Medical and Casualty Evacuation from Point of Injury to Level II Care What every Infantry Leader
Should Know. CPT Craig Bukowski (Fall 03, pp. 35-38).
Medical Evacuation and Training during Ranger School. CPT Marc Cloutier. (Spring 02, pp. 37-39).
The Misuse of Drugs, John M. Henderson (N-D 89, pp. 6-8).
MOUT and the Medic, CPT David A. Rubenstein (J-A 87, pp. 40-41).
An Open Letter, LTC James E. Shelton, USA (N-D 76, pp. 17-18). (Infantry marching and Infantry
boots.)
Peer Counseling: Another Dimension of Warrior Recovery, Chaplin (MAJ) Tammie Crews (M-A 2008,
pp. 7-10).
Physical Fitness, CPT Paul M. Searle, USA (N-D 76, pp. 13-15).
Physical Fitness, CPT Paul M. Vanderburgh (S-O 91, pp. 23-27).
Physical Fitness in the Reserve Components, MSG Michael L. Collis (M-J 93, pp. 42-44).
Physical Fitness Program, LTC Robert J. Hoffman (S-O 86, pp. 16-19).
Physical Fitness Readiness: A Comparison, LTC Clayton A. Pratt, USA (M-J 77, pp. 36-39).
Physical Toughness, MAJ Harold D. Fields, USA, and CPT John H. Bentley, USA (J-A 77, pp. 22-23).
Physical Toughness, COL Bernard Loeffke, USA (N-D 76, p. 18).
A Physical Training SOP, CPT Gregory T. Banner (M-A 89, pp. 41-42).

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The Platinum 10: 2nd BCT, 101st Airborne Improves Medical Training to Save Lives, Major Craig W.
Bukowski (J-A 2006, pp. 11-15).
Preparing a Battalion for Combat: Physical Fitness and Mental Toughness, LTC William C. David
(M-J 95, pp. 25-30).
Preventing Heat Injuries: A Commanders Guide, CPT Charles D. Henry (J-A 84, pp. 32-33).
Profile Physical Training, CPT Geoffrey N. Blake (S-O 91, pp. 42-43).
Psychiatric Casualties, MAJ Brian H. Chermol (N-D 80, pp. 12-14).
PT and the 8-Step Training Model: Implementing Training Management Every Day, CPT Darrell E.
Fawley III (S-O 12, pp 36-38).
PT for Panama, LT Jerry A. Nepodal (J-F 80, pp. 40-42).
Rangers Get RAW to Enhance Performance Vince Little (N-D 2010, p. 49)
Reducing Losses in Combat a Look at Avoidable Casualties. John E. Johnston, Jr. (Fall 03, pp. 11-16).
Rhabdomyolysis, COL Leslie A. Arneson, USA (N-D 76, p. 16). (Excessive exercise.)
Roadmarching and Performance, LTC John S. OConnor, Michael S. Bahrke, CPT Joseph Knapik, and
James A. Vogel (M-J 90, pp. 31-33).
The Role of Combat Lifesavers in Counterinsurgency Operations, CPT Bradley W. Hudson, SSG(P)
Karen L. Moody and SSG Robert Melton (J-A 2008, pp. 48-51).
A Rubber Ball, LTC Wesley A. Groesbeck (J-F 80, pp. 16-18).
Running Shoes in PRT, CPT Michael L. Schany (J-F 83, pp. 34-35).
A Silent Warriors Struggle: PTSD and Leader Resiliency MAJ Ronald W. Sprang (A-M 2011, pp.8-9)
Sleep Loss and Its Effects, MAJ Alan L. Moloff (M-J 90, pp. 22-25).
Sleep Management and Soldier Readiness: A Guide for Leaders and Soldiers CPT Justin Curry (M-J
05, pp 26).
Slim, Rommel, and Preventive Medicine, LTC Benjamin G. Withers (J-F 95, pp. 21-22).
Soldiers Suicide Leave Unanswered Questions, Specialist Ben Hutto (J-F 2009, pp 6-7).
Strength Training, LTC Robert M. Hensler (N-D 87, pp. 36-38).
Subtle Suicide: Behavior Occurs Frequently But is Harder to Detect Chaplain Major Tammie Crews
(M-A 2010, pp. 2-3)
Suicide Prevention: The Challenge and the Way, Chaplain (MAJ) Tammie Crews (March-June 2009, p.
3).
Thoughts on Physical Training, COL Karl W. Eikenberry (J-F 95, pp. 36-41).
Tobacco Use and its Effects on Readiness, CSM Sam B. Spears, III (N-D 96, pp. 10-11).
Training in the Heat, CPT Deirdre Christenberry and LTC David E. Johnson (M-A 84, pp. 29-32).
The Traveling Toe, Dr. William N. Gordge (M-A 79, pp. 9-13).
Virtual World Helps with Post-Traumatic Stress Cheryl Pellerin (J-M 2011, p.5)
Warrior Athletic Training: Unexpected Benefits fo Army-University Collaborations, Amanda Pizzi and
JoEllen Sefton, Ph.D. (A-A 12, pp 47-49).
Warrior, Prophet, Priest: The Strategic Value of Chaplains to the War Effort and Community, Stephen
Muse, PhD and Chaplain (Colonel) Glen L. Bloomstrom (J-A 2006, pp. 18-22).
Water, MAJ Gerald S. Rose (J-A 68).
Water Resupply and Heat Casualty Prevention, LTC Karl W. Eikenberry (N-D 90, pp. 38-39).
Weapons PRT, CPT Castle K. Nishimoto, USA (N-D 75, pp. 49-51).
What? Me Drown? MAJ James Williams, USA, and CPT Jerry Walden, USA (S-O 74, pp. 45-56).

HISTORICAL
The 8th Infantry Detraining, COL Rolfe L. Hillman, (J-F 90, pp. 32-36).
The 9mm Story, Fielding L. Greaves (J-F 87, pp. 29-33).
14 Proverbs Gleaned from a Damp Foxhole, Charles Black (J-F 88, PAST TIMES, pp. 42-46).
The 82d Airborne in Sicily, James A. Huston (J-A 85, pp. 29-34).
The 164th Infantry Regiment on Guadalcanal, 1942, COL Eugene H. Grayson, Jr. (May-August 98, pp.
24-29).
The 894th Tank Destroyer Battalion, CPT F. Patrick Filbert (M-A 95, pp. 28-32).
Action on the Jamestown Line: Close Combat in the Korean War, COL David R. Hughes (U.S. Army,
Ret) (M-A 96, pp. 12-16).

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The Alamo Scouts: Lessons for LRSUs, MAJ Billy E. Wells (M-J 89, pp. 26-32).
Ambush at Ewells Church, CPT Mark W. Johnson (J-A 92, pp. 22-26).
Ambush in Gumbad Valley, CPT Paul A. Thomas (J-F 2008, pp. 26-31).
Americas First Company Commanders, LtCol (Retired) Patrick H. Hannum USMC (Oct-Dec 13, pp
12-19).
The American Hoplite: Evolution of the Infantryman, CPT Michael T. Warnock, Jr. (N-D 2008, pp. 4346).
Anchor of Freedom, CPT John B. Haseman, USA (M-A 75, pp. 9-10).
The Anglo-French Intervention in the Levant: June8 to July 11, 1941, LCDR Youssef Aboul-Enein,
USN and 2LT Basil H. Aboul-Enein (USAF) (M-J 2008, pp. 45-49).
Ansauville: A Failure in Training, CPT Richard Varela (J-F 83, pp. 28-31).
Anzio Beachhead, CPT Brian K. Coppersmith (J-A 94, pp. 22-28).
The Arab Perspective of the 2006 Israeli War with Hezbollah: The Eguptian Strategic Research Center
al-Ahram Annual Strategic Report, LCDR Youssef Aboul-Enein, USN (M-A 2008, pp. 11-15).
The Army Image, LTC Nathan C. Vail (N-D 73).
The Barefoot Empire, John Koster (M-J 80, pp. 27-31).
Bastions of Man, E. L. Schoen (M-A 68).
Battalion-Level Civil-Military OperationsDanish Style, Captain Benjamin Buchholz (M-A 2006,
pp. 46-47).
The Battle for Hue, CPT Jon E. Tellier (J-A 95, pp. 21-26).
The Battle for the Alamo, Bob Boyd (M-J 83, pp. 28-32).
Battle of Beaver Dam Creek: FM 100-5 Lessons Learned, CPT Scott T. Glass (N-D 94, pp. 10-14).
The Battle of ADWA: Tigrayan Army Uses Envelopment, Frontal Attack to Annihilate Italian Forces
1LT Ali Orou Sourou Abdel-Aziz, Republic of Benin Armed Forces (N-D 2011, pp. 23-25).
The Battle of Buna, CPT Dominic J. Caraccilo (M-J 93, pp. 18-23).
Battle of Chosin Reservoir at Yudam-ni. USMC CPT. Douglas Schaffer. (Fall 03, pp. 17-20).
Battle of ChupA-Ri Valley, LTC George W. Tracy (M-A 68).
The Battle of Monterrey: Urban Operations During the Mexican-American War (March-June 2009, pp.
24-25).
Battlefield Bumbles: Lessons from Korean War Battlefields, LTC Forrest Kleinman (May-August 2000,
pp. 15-16).
Battlefield Psychology, CPT Adolph von Schell, German Army (M-A 88, PAST TIMES, PP. 40-44).
Battle Security, PAST TIMES (J-A 80, p. 33).
Binh Dinhs Season of Change, 1LT James F. OBrien (N-D 70).
The Bulge: A Remembrance, LTC Albert N. Garland, U.S. Army Retired, (N-D 93, pp. 7-9).
Bushy Run, LTC Prentice G. Morgan (S-O 68).
A Century of Excellence: The U.S. Army Infantry SchoolThen and Now, David S. Stieghan
(M-A 2007, pp. 26-30).
Civil-Military Affairs in Hashemite Iraq: An Examination of Past Military Conduct in Iraqi Political
Life LCDR Youssef Aboul-Enein, and Basil Aboul-Enein (M-A 2006, pp. 29-36).
Civil War Sharpshooters, Fred L. Ray (M-J 2006, pp. 18-21).
COIN: When Adaptability Makes the Difference, CSM William J. Ulibarri (J-A 2008, p. 2).
The Combat Infantryman Badge, LTC Albert N. Garland (U.S. Army, Ret) (J-A 96, pp. 17-21).
Combat Notes (N-D 89, PAST TIMES, pp. 27-30).
Combined Arms and the Evolution of War, 1LT Joseph P. Morsello (N-D 2008, pp. 15-18).
A Commanders Sniper Operations Planning Guide, LTC David Liwanag and CWO3 (RET) Michael
Haugen (M-J 2008, pp. 15-17).
Constructing a Platoon FOB in Afghanistan, CPT Chris OBrien (J-F 2008, pp. 34-37).
Corregidor: An Airborne Assault, MAJ Charles E. Heller (J-F 82, p. 22-25).
A Cottonbaler, MAJ Daniel A. Raymond, Jr. (J-F 82, pp. 10-11).
The Counterattack, PAST TIMES (J-A, p. 33).
Crossing the Rhine, William Colon (J-A 82, pp. 30-33).
The Day of the Rifleman, Fielding L. Greaves (J-F 86, pp. 33-36).
D-Day: Normandy, 6 June 1944, INFANTRY Staff (M-J 84, pp. 2-13).
Death of a Warrior, Brad Day (N-D 66).
Defensive Combat, PAST TIMES (M-J 80, p. 41).

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The Desert: Its Different, S.L.A. Marshall, PAST TIMES (J-F 91, pp. 31-32).
The DI Was a General, MAJ John Alger (S-O 69).
Dien Bien Phu 1954: A Historical Perspective, CPT James R. Nagel (S-O 94, pp. 32-37).
A Diffusion of Ideas, Dwight Carr (S-O 66).
Dig Deep, LTC David H. (J-A 89, PAST TIMES, pp. 34-36).
Distinctive Insignia, MAJ Joseph M. Massaro (J-F 69).
Divide and Conquer, Robert E. Rogge (M-A 87, pp. 18-21).
Dont Forget the Privates, MG Albert H. Smith, Jr. (M-A 85, pp. 10-12).
Drewrys Bluff: A Blocking Position, CPT Kevin J. Daugherty (J-F 90, pp. 20-21).
An Early Armistice, MSG Herbert E. Smith (N-D 68).
Effectively Leveraging The Characteristics Of The Offense: Battle Of Flint Creek, 1789, CPT Erick
Waage (M-J 2013, pp. 8-10).
Egyptian General Mohamed Fawzi: Part I: Reflections on Deep Structural Problems Leading to the 1967
Six-Day War Defeat CDR Youssef Aboul-Enenin, U.S. Navy, (J-M 2012, pp. 19-24).
Evolution of the Concepts of Jihad in Islamic Thought, Commander Youssef Aboul-Enein, USN (J-F
2009, pp. 18-21).
Evolution of the Concepts of Jihad in Islamic Thought Part II: The Late 19th and 20th Centuries,
Commander Youssef Aboul-Enein, USN (March-June 2009, pp. 14-18).
Fame is a Fleeting Thing, L. VanLoan Naisawald (N-D 82, pp. 24-28).
Fifty Years Ago in History: January-February 1946 (J-F 96, p. 21).
Fifty Years Ago in History: March-April 1946 (M-A 96, p. 20).
Fifty Years Ago in History: May-June 1946 (M-J 96, p. 19).
Fifty Years Ago in History: July-August 1946 (J-A 96, p. 16).
Fifty Years Ago in History: September-October 1946 (S-O 96, p. 47).
Fifty Years Ago in History: November-December 1946 (N-D 96, p. 48).
Fifty Years Ago in World War II, March-April 1943 (M-A 93, p. 18).
Fifty Years Ago in World War II, May-June 1943 (M-J 93, p. 17).
Fifty Years Ago in World War II, July-August 1943 (J-A 93, p. 15).
Fifty Years Ago in World War II, September-October 1943 (S-O 93, p. 19).
Fifty Years Ago in World War II, November-December 1943 (N-D 93, p. 17).
Fifty Years Ago in World War II, January-February 1944 (J-F 94, p. 21).
Fifty Years Ago in World War II, March-April 1944 (M-A 94, p. 26).
Fifty Years Ago in World War II, May-June 1944 (M-J 94, p. 18).
Fifty Years Ago in World War II, July-August 1944 (J-A 94, p. 21).
Fifty Years Ago in World War II, September-October 1944 (S-O 94, p. 38).
Fifty Years Ago in World War II, November-December 1944 (N-D 94, P. 22).
Fifty Years Ago in World War II, January-February 1945 (J-F 95, p. 23).
Fifty Years Ago in World War II, March-April 1945 (M-A 95, p. 21).
Fifty Years Ago in World War II, May-June 1945 (M-J 95, p. 19).
Fifty Years Ago in World War II, July-August 1945 (J-A 95, p. 20).
Fifty Years Ago in World War II, September-October 1945 (S-O 95, p. 15).
First Battle, Mr. Vic Whitman (M-J 69).
Follow Me: The Story of a Patch, Arnold Tilden (J-A 76, pp. 47-49).
Foot Soldiers of the German Empire, John Koster (M-J 79, pp. 35-40).
Forgotten Heritage, CPT Robin M. Cathcart (J-A 87, pp. 18-19).
A Forgotten War, CPT Michael A. Phipps (N-D 84, pp. 38-40).
Fort Benning 1918-1968, MAJ GEN John M. Wright, Jr. (S-O 68).
Fort Benning: Home of the Infantry, CPT Thomas E. Conrad, USA (M-J 75, pp. 24-30).
French War Plan XVII: Why Did French Military Planners Not Foresee the Tactical Inevitability of
Germanys Schlieffen Plan? MAJ Jason Waggoner (A-M 2011, pp.14-18).
A Fugitive Behind Japanese Lines: Private Leon Beck on Bataan, 194145, Gordon Browne (MayAugust 99, pp. 25-31).
The Gentle Assassins, Frank Procopio (S-O 66).
Get Out of Town, LT David J. Daze (M-A 89, PAST TIMES, pp. 34-35).
GI is Back,LTC Charles J. Milazzo (J-F 66).

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Glider Assault on Ebel Emael as an Archetype for the Future. CPT Paul Witkowski (M-A 04, pp. 28-34).
The Glosters of Gloster Hill, LTC Herbert C. Hertel (J-F 79, pp. 25-28).
Goin to Grow Bananas, John Henry? LTC L. Van Loan Naisawald, USA, Retired (M-J 74, pp. 40-45).
Great Hoaxes, Mr. Frank H. Olsen (N-D 69).
Grechko, Vyacheslav P. Artemiev (M-A 69).
The Guadalcanal Campaign, Mary Ellen Condon-Rall (J-A 93, pp. 23-29).
Hell 700: The Key to the South Pacific, Stanley A. Frankel (M-J 94, pp. 25-32). (See correction in
letter, S-O 94, p. 4.)
Helpful Hints to Hopeful Heroes (N-D 88, PAST TIMES, pp. 29-32).
A Higher Calling: Training Curve is Steep at the Army Mountain Warfare School, Bob Rosenburgh (JF 2008, pp. 38-40).
A History of the Infantry School, CPT Kenneth L. Teel (M-A 66).
Hwachon DamKorea, 1951: The 4th Ranger Company and the 7th Cavalry in Action, Martin
Blumenson (M-J 96, pp. 20-30). (Reprinted from Army Magazine, December 1967 issue.)
I Dont Like Rifles, CPT William R. Dean (M-A 66).
An Important Weapon in COIN Operations: The Key Leaders Engagement, CPT Joe Curtis (J-A
2008, pp. 35-42).
Infantry-Artillery-Tank Team, PAST TIMES (J-A 80, p. 33).
Infantry: The Heart and Soul of a Professional Army, GEN Bruce Palmer, Jr. (M-A 72).
Infantry: A Prevailing Theme, LT Peter W. Harris, USN (J-A 82, pp. 16-20).
Infantry in Action: Battle of the Bulge, INFANTRY Staff (N-D 84, pp. 2-5).
Infantry in Action: Crossing the Meurthe, E.A. Reitan (S-O 86, pp. 29-33).
Infantry in ActionD-Day: Forty Years Plus One, MG Albert H. Smith, Jr. (M-J 85, pp. 33-38).
Infantry in Action: Deception on the Shuri Line, CPT Edmund G. Love (J-A 83, pp. 14-20).
Infantry in Action: A Foot a Day in Company A, BG Frank H. Linnell (M-A 86, pp. 32-34).
Infantry in Action: Guerrilla Battalion, U.S. Style, David H. Hackworth (J-F 88, Reprint, pp. 27-32).
Infantry in Action: Heartbreak Ridge, Russel A. Gugeler (S-O 83, pp. 30-32).
Infantry in Action: Heroes Born of Battle, (N-D 83, pp. 28-30).
Infantry in Action: Hold That Hill, LT David R. Hughes (M-J 87, Reprint, pp. 26-31).
Infantry in Action: Infantry Charge, MAJ Garold L. Tippin (J-A 87, Reprint, pp. 33-35).
Infantry in Action: Leipzig, MAJ Charles MacDonald, reprinted from the Infantry Journal, June 1947
(J-F 84, pp. 27-32).
Infantry in Action: Pursuit, MAJ John R. Flynn (M-A 88, Reprint, pp. 25-27).
Infantry in Action: Rifle Company at Brest, France (J-A 88, Reprint, pp. 26-32).
Infantry in Action: Saturation Operations, COL Philip D. Grimm (J-A 89, pp. 28-33).
Infantry in Action: The Sieg River Incident, MAJ Thomas H. Jones (M-A 89, Reprint, pp. 29-33).
Infantry in the Indian Wars: Part 1, MSG Patrick E. Andrews, USAR, Retired (J-A 80, pp. 28-32).
Infantry in the Indian Wars: Part 2, MSG Patrick E. Andrews, USAR, Retired (S-O 80, pp 37-41).
Infantry OCS, l941 (S-O 87, PAST TIMES, pp. 45-46).
An Infantry Platoon Leaders Thoughts on OIF Operations, 1LT Brendan Hagan (M-A 2008, pp. 2735).
Infantry in Retrospect, MG A. S. Newman (USA Ret.), (S-O 71).
Infantrymen in Action: D-Day Landing, 6 June 1944, Interview from the National Archives, introduced
by MG Albert H. Smith, Jr. (M-J 94, pp. 19-24). (See correction in letter, S-O 94, p. 4.)
Intelligence Collection and Sharing, CPT Timothy Hsia (J-F 2008, pp. 20-22).
Intelligence Sharing: A Not So New Concept Given New Life, MAJ J.R. Johnson (M-J 2008, pp. 44-45).
Interservice Relations: The Army and the Marines at the Battle of Okinawa, Nicholas Evan Sarantakes
(January-April 99, pp. 12-15).
Islamist Militancy and Yemens Internal Struggles: A Look at the Writings of Yemeni Colonel Abd-alWali Al-Shumairy, LCDR Youssef Aboul-Enein, USN (J-F 2008, pp. 41-49).
Jungle Fighting Notes (N-D 89, PAST TIMES, pp. 30-31).
Just One of Those Things, (CN), BG S. L. A. Marshall (J-A 70).
The Justice, George W. Whitman (N-D 74, pp. 48-49).
Keep up the Fire The 9th Infantry in Coalition Warfare, David Perrine (S-O 05, pp. 30-35).
Kiangsi Expedition, Chih Wang (J-F 68).
The Kings German Legion at Waterloo, John Koster (M-A 80, pp. 26-32).

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KMAG and the 7th ROK Division, LT Thomas A. Hall (N-D 89, pp. 18-23).
Kolwezi, May 1979: An Airborne Assault, LTC Jacques Hatte, Army of France, (N-D 79, pp. 24-29).
Korea 1951: 7th Cavalry Attack Against Hill 578, Edward L. Daily (J-F 95, pp. 8-12).
Land Warrior: Dominating Dismounted Operations, LTC(P) W.W. Prior (M-J 2008, pp. 12-14).
Lessons from the Past: Successful British Counterinsurgency Operationsi n Malaya 1948-1960, 1LT
Thomas E. Willis II (J-A 05, pp 37-42).
Lessons from the Soviet Afghan War: Deh-Khwaja Ambush, Lester W. Grau and Ahmad Jalai
(Vignette taken from The Other Side of the Mountain: Mujahideen Tactics in the Soviet-Afghan
War) (J-F 2008, pp. 18-19).
Lessons Learned from WWII: Every Soldier is a Rifleman. CPT Leo Barron (J-F 05, pp. 13-16).
Longstreet and Jackson, CPT Michael A. Phipps (N-D 85, pp. 28-32).
Looking Back: A Lesson in Strength, LTC John B. Haseman (M-A 83, pp. 27-29).
The Lords ADC, George W. Whitman, (S-O 74, pp. 40-41).
Lost Rounds Over Suwon, (CN), COL Neal J. Ahern (N-D 70).
McPhersons Ridge: A Study of a Meeting Engagement, CPT Michael A. hipps (J-F 84, pp. 21-26).
Mekong Delta 1968: Counterinsurgency Then and Now, Russell A. Eno (S-O 2007, pp. 36-38).
Mekong Delta 1968: Counterinsurgency Then and Now, Russell A. Eno (Jan-Mar 14, pp 48-51).
The Middle East: A Travelers Guide, Charles L. Black (N-D 90, PAST TIMES, pp. 28-31).
Military Assistance Command Vietnam: (MACV) Observations for the MiTT, Russell A. Eno,
(N-D 2007, pp. 32-35).
Military Awakening: Clear, Hold, Build and the Development of Awakening Councils and Iraqi Police,
CPT Matthew M. McCreary (J-A 2008, pp. 31-34).
A Military Reservoir, PAST TIMES (S-O 80, p. 45).
Modoc Indian War, 1873: A Battle Staff Ride for Company Leaders, CPT James R. Brann and CPT
Gregory T. Day (S-O 96, pp. 37-39).
Mountain Operations: A Historical Perspecitve, Russell A. Eno (J-F 2008, pp. 23-25).
Noncommissioned Officer, PAST TIMES (N-D, p. 47).
Northeast Korea Lukes Castle Winter 1953: Three U.S. Tanks and ROK Rifle Company in Mountain
Defense, Nimrod T. Frazer (J-A 05, pp 17-23).
Omaha Beach, 6 June 1944: Lessons from Company C, 2d Ranger Battalion, MAJ John W. Nicholson,
Jr. (M-J 94, pp. 8-12).
The Offensive, PAST TIMES (M-J 80, p. 41).
The Old Army, MSG Patrick E. Andrews, USAR, Retired (S-O 79, pp. 31-34).
Old Bugle Juice, Glenn E. Fant (M-J 75, pp. 42-45).
One Branch, COL Robert T. Wilkerson (S-O 73).
Operation in Deserts, PAST TIMES (M-J 80, p. 41).
Operation River Gate: Paratroopers Battle Insurgents in Haqlaniyah, CPT Aaron B. Baty ( M-A 2008,
pp. 36-39).
Operation TOUCHDOWN: Using the Dynamics of Combat Power, CPT Ernst H. Weyand, III (M-A 94,
pp. 33-38).
OPSEC Key to Current, Future Operations,: CPT Timothy Hsia (M-J 2008, pp. 24-25).
The Other Side of the Mountain: Lessons from the Soviet-Afghan War, taken from the book by Ali
Ahmad Jalali and Lester W. Grau (S-O 2006, pp. 33-36).
Our 60th Year, LTC Edward C. Smith (J-F 80, pp. 2-3).
PAST TIMES, INFANTRY Staff (M-J 74, p. 56).
PAST TIMES, INFANTRY Staff (J-A 74, p. 64).
PAST TIMES, INFANTRY Staff (S-O 74, p. 60).
PAST TIMES, INFANTRY Staff (N-D 74, p. 60).
Pathfinder of the Legion, George W. Whitman (M-A 75, pp. 40-41).
Parallels in History, LTC Donald C. Bowman, USA (M-A 74, pp. 43-46).
A Perfect Storm of Shot and Shell Company H, 4th US Infantry, July 1863, Donald McConnell and
Gustav Person (Jul-Sep 13, pp 16-21).
Persian-Mesopotamian Relations: Religious and Territorial Fault Lines from the 16th Century to 1975
Commander Youssef Aboul-Enein, USN (J-A 2010 pp. 21-25)
The Philippine Insurrection 1899-1902: A Combat Patrol on Samar, David Perrine (J-F 2009, pp. 3338).

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Planning for Support Operations in a Mountainous Environment, MAJ Michael Mulherin (J-F 2008,
pp. 32-33).
Poet of the Rainbows, George W. Whitman (J-A 74, pp. 58-59).
Portugees Ride, SFC Richard Raymond (J-F 79, pp. 34-36).
The Postwar Period: Fifty Years Ago, November-December 1945 (N-D 95, p. 20).
Pragmatic and Skilled Leadership: General George H. Thomas at Stones River, Captain Marco J.
Lyons (M-J 2006, pp. 32-40).
Project Touchdown: How We Paid the Price fo Lack of COMSEC in Vietnam David Fielder. (S-O 04,
pp 19-22).
Prussianization of the Arab Army, The Arab Revolt of 1916-1918, and the Cult of Nationalization of
Arabs in the Levant after WWI: History of the Syrian Arab Army, LCDR Youssef Aboul-Enein (ND 05, pp 20-25).
RAID at ORMOC: An Alamo Scout Misison During WWII CPT Thomas W. Doherty (June-August
2011, pp. 42-44).
The Raid on St. Nazaire: Special Operations Planning, CPT Frank K. Sobchak (SeptemberDecember 98, pp. 21-25).
The Raider Experience, CPT Shaun M. Darragh, USAR (M-A 79, pp. 35-41).
Rangers Four (Part I), Dr. A. Porter S. Sweet (J-F 66).
Rangers Four (Part II), Dr. A. Porter S. Sweet (M-A 66).
Rangers Four (Part III), Dr. A. Porter S. Sweet (M-J 66).
Rangers Four (Part IV), Dr. A. Porter S. Sweet (J-A 66).
The Rapido River Crossing: A Battle Analysis, CPT David M. Toczek(N-D 93, pp. 18-22).
The Raven, George W. Whitman (J-F 75, pp. 34-35).
The Real Rules of Discipline of Major Robert Rogers and the Rangers, MAJ William H. Burgess, III
(J-A 93, pp. 12-14).
The Redcoat Rifleman, K. C. Tessendorf (J-F 77, pp. 36-38).
Reflections on Borneo, Brigadier E. N. W. Bramall (J-F 68).
Revisiting Modern Warefare: The 3rd HBCT, 3rd IDs Experience in Madain Qada, Iraq, LTC David
G. Fivecoat and CPT Aaron T. Schwengler (J-A 2008, pp. 24-30).
The Rheostat Adjustment Model: A Commanders Tool for Combating Soldier Complacency, COL
Wayne W. Grigsby, Jr., MAJ David G. Fivecoat, CPT Steven M. Hemmann and CPT Matthew S.
Carman (M-A 2008, pp. 40-46).
The Role of Combat Lifesavers in Counterinsurgency Operations, CPT Bradley W. Hudson, SSG(P)
Karen L. Moody and SSG Robert Melton (J-A 2008, pp. 48-51).
Scenario Highlights Effective Personnel Recovery Program, Wayne Heard (M-J 2008, pp. 40-43).
The 2d Infantry Division (Air-borne), Mr. John M. Manguso (S-O 92, pp. 22-25).
A Short History of the Tunisian Armed Forces CDR Youssef Aboul-Enein, USN (J-M 2011, pp. 19-22).
The Shoulder Patch, Ken Sawitzke (N-D 75, pp. 40-42).
The Sicily Campaign: Recollections of an Infantry Company Commander, MG Albert H. Smith, Jr.,
U.S. Army Retired (J-A 93, pp. 16-22).
The Sicily Campaign: Recollections of an Infantry Company Commander, Part 2, MG Albert H. Smith,
Jr., U.S. Army Retired (S-O 93, pp. 20-26).
S. L. A. Marshall Speaks Out, GEN S. L. A. Marshall (M-J 71).
Small Arms Ammunition: Know What Youre Shooting, (This article first appeared in the June 2007
issue of PS, The Preventive Maintenance Monthly) (J-F 2008, p. 50).
A Soldiers Guide to Understanding Christianity and Islam, Chaplain (MAJ) Walt Hoskins (M-J 2008,
pp. 32-36).
Soldiers Look to Other Troops to Get Better Understanding of Islamic Cultures, SGT Brandon Little
(M-J 2008, p. 5).
Some Notes on the Infantry School Emblem, COL Harry D. Temple (M-J 66).
Southern Guam, 1944: The Fan Technique of Zone Reconnaissance, MAJ Kevin J. Dougherty (S-O 96,
pp. 40-41).
Souvenirs: An Incident After Battle, (CN), BG S. L. A. Marshall (M-A 70).
The Spare Brigadier, George W. Whitman (M-J 74, pp. 38-39).
Square Bullets, CPT Harvey P. Kelley (J-A 69).

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Stability and Support Operations at the Turn of the Century1899, From the diary of Mr. Walter
James Bertholf (May-August 1998, pp. 16-23). (Researched and prepared by David P. Perrine.)
Stars Fell on Korea, (CN), BG S. L. A. Marshall (M-J 70).
Stony Point, Uzal W. Ent (N-D 76, pp. 33-37). (Revolutionary War Battle.)
Street Literature on Usama Bin Laden: A Review of Cheaper Arabic Biographies Found in Arab
Alleyways, Lieutenant Commander Youssef Aboul-Enein (M-J 2006, pp. 22-24).
Task Force Faith at the Chosin Reservoir: A Failure of Command, Control, and Communications,
Anthony R. Garrett (September-December 99, pp. 29-31).
Task Force Smith, William Colon (J-F 80, pp. 35-37).
Teaching Insurgency Through the Prism of the American Revolution, CPT Darrell E. Fawley III (A-A
12, 12-16).
Team Enabler: Getting Civil Affairs, Tactical Psychological Operations and Human Intelligence
Collection into the Fight, CPT David J. Smith and 1LT Jeffrey Ritter (J-F 2008, pp. 16-18).
Team Fish Hook Long Range Carbine Marksmanship Training in Afghanistan, CPT Matthew D.
McDonald (M-J 2008, pp. 37-38).
Training, PAST TIMES (M-A 80, p. 45).
Training Afghan Soldiers: A Technique for Building Rapport with Your Counterparts, MAJ Raymond
L. Fuller, MAJ Michael A. Jaskowiec and MAJ Jonathan M. Stone (M-A 2008, pp. 47-49).
The Truth of the Matter, MAJ Richard J. Bean (M-J 68).
Tough Training in Tough Times: Infantry Officer Candidate School1942, Interview with COL
Robert Nett (USA, Ret.) (September-December 99, pp. 32-35).
Trials and Tribulations: Early Days at Benning, MAJ Rolfe L. Hilman (J-F 71).
Urban Combat Where Adaptability Makes the Difference, CSM William J. Ulibarri (M-A 2008, p. 2).
Urban Operations: Learning From Past Battles, Eric Mailman (M-A 2008, pp. 16-25).
The U.S. Infantry, CPT Peter A. Eschbach (M-A 85, pp. 22-33).
The U.S. Infantry: 200 Years of Service, INFANTRY Staff (J-A 76, pp. 28-35).
The U.S. Infantry: The Future, INFANTRY Staff (J-A 76, pp. 36-39).
The U.S. Infantry: Organizational Evolution, INFANTRY Staff (J-A 76, pp. 10-27).
The U.S. Infantry: Training Then and Now, SSG Jerry Van Slyke, USA, and Jane A. Beachner (J-A 76,
pp. 40-46).
Vietnam, Iraq and the Loss of Institutional Knowledge, LTC Charles Morrison (N-D 12, pp 16-18).
Wagon Box Fight, John Koster (N-D 79, pp. 30-33).
Walk-A-Heap: Lesson s Still Apply from more than 140-year-old Fight Lieutenant Colonel (Retired)
Michael E. Reichard (Jan-April 2010, pp.44-48)
Walter Krueger, An Infantry Great, LTG A.S. Collins, Jr. (J-F 83, pp. 14-19).
War of the Kings, Chaplain (LTC) Allan M. Blustein (M-A 79, pp. 13-14).
We Took a Hell of a Beating: General Vinegar Joe Stilwell in Burma, Gordon Browne (May-August
2000, pp. 21-26).
What Did We Accomplish in Vietnam, CPT Joseph M. Cinquiano (N-D 73).
Where are They? CPT Richard F. Timmons (M-A 73).
A Whirlwind of Bullets: Company C, 2nd U.S. Infantry Regiment, 1861 Donald McConnell and
Gustav Person (June-August 2011, pp.45-50).
Wonju and Chipyong-ni, Raymond T. Cassidy (J-A 83, pp. 24-28).
A World War II Christmas Story, MG Albert H. Smith, Jr., USA (Retired) (N-D 94, pp. 9-10).
World War II History: German Military Studies, CPT Harold E. Raugh, Jr. (M-A 88, pp. 17-19).
World War II History: Japanese Monographs and Studies, CPT Harold E. Raugh, Jr. (S-O 88,
pp. 11-12).
WWII Unit Honoed for Bayonet Attack, COL (RET) Doug Dillard (M-J 2008, pp. 6-7).
The X Corps Evacuation of the Wonsan Beachhead, MAJ Anthony R. Garrett (January-April 2000,
pp. 20-22).

INTELLIGENCE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE


2 Plus 5 = Effective Intelligence, CPT Joseph B. Planche (J-A 66).
Aerial Photographs, SFC John E. Foley (M-A 89, pp. 38-39).

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Aerial Photography, CPT Eugene J. Palka (M-J 87, pp. 12-14).


Ambush and Patrol Techniques, CSM Dwight E. Anderson (N-D 93, pp. 41-43).
Army Offers Electronic Warfare Course Electronic Warfare Division (M-A 2010, pp.49-50).
Better Map, CPT Leonard R. Tavernetti, USA (J-F 74, pp. 57-58).
The Brevity Matrix, CPT Daniel L. Thomas (N-D 91, pp. 42-43).
Chess and Poker: Intelligence Dirves Operations, Captain Brandon Anderson (J-A 2008, pp. 21-23).
COIN and Company Fusion Cell Operations First Lieutenant David Liebmann, First Lieutenant
Christopher Ploss, First Lieutenant Stefan Hasselblad, First Lieutenant Karl Gunther, Captain
Brendan Collins and Major Augustine Gonzalez (J-A 2010 pp. 26-30)
Company Reconnaissance, CPT John K. Carothers (J-A 94, pp. 43-45).
Counter-Intelligence in Direct Support, MAJ Joseph C. Liberti, USA (M-A 74, pp. 39-42).
Counter-reconnaissance, MAJ David J. Ozolek (S-O 86, pp. 34-37).
Counter-reconnaissance Planning, LT Daniel Thomas (M-A 89, pp. 7-9).
A Deadly Combination: Integration of the AH-64D M-TADS and High Altitude Tactics on the Modern
Battlefield, CPT A.C. Schilleci (M-J 2008, pp. 21-23).
The Electronic Battlefield, LTC Don E. Gordon (M-J 80, pp. 22-24).
Electronic Deception, CPT Richard L. Hurchnik, USA (S-O 74, pp. 15-16).
Electronic Signature Eraser, LTC James E. Cates (S-O 88, pp. 43-45).
Electronic Warfare, CPT William A. Brickey (S-O 71).
Electronic Warfare, CPT Donald J. McMillan, USA (M-A 74, pp. 33-35).
Electronic Warfare and the Infantryman, CPT Gregory O. Bodge (September-December 2000, pp. 1516).
Electronic Warfare and the Maneuver Soldier Lou West (S-O 2011, pp. 44-45).
European Reconnaissance Patrols, CPT David R. Breuhan (M-A 89, pp. 19-24).
FBCB2 to Get Upgrade Kris Osborn (N-D 2010, p. 3).
Graphic Intelligence, (CN), MAJ James B. Channon (J-F 70).
Handling and Interrogation of Prisoners of War, (CN), MAJ Karl L. Chapman (J-A 71).
Infantry Battalion COIN Operations, LTC John Luttrell (J-A 2008, pp. 6-10).
Information Dominance for Companies, CPT Kevin Hadley (S-O 2008, pp. 19-21).
Intelligence Collection and Sharing, CPT Timothy Hsia (J-F 2008, p. 20-22).
Intelligence Considerations for the JRTC Search and Attack, CPT Richard A. Berglund (S-O 93,
pp. 7-9).
Intelligence for Contingency Planning, Michael R. Jacobson (S-O 95, pp. 8-10).
Intelligence Gap, CPT Alan M. Russo (S-O 71).
Intelligence Helicopter, LTC Donald G. Gies, USAFR (S-O 73).
Intelligence Must Drive Operations, LTC Michael T. Flynn (July-December 97, pp. 28-33).
Intelligence Reporting, CWO Christian Koenig, USA (M-J 77, pp. 48-49).
Intelligence Sharing: A Not So New Concept Given New Life, MAJ J.R. Johnson (M-J 2008, pp. 44-45).
Intelligence sketch, LT Douglas M. Keepper, SWAP SHOP, (M-A 89, p. 44).
The Intelligent S2, CPT Frank G. Watkins (M-J 70).
The IPB Process in Low-Intensity Conflict, CPT Steven M. Galvagno and LTC Alan J. Rock (N-D 90,
pp. 20-23).
The Leaders Reconnaissance: An Argument Against it, CPT Kevin J. Dougherty (S-O 93, pp. 12-14).
The Little Plane that Could: Raven UAV Operations in Northern Iraq MAJ Noma C. Martini (J-M
2011, pp. 13-15).
LRSU Communications: Support for the AirLand Battle, Jerold R. Dodds (N-D 91, pp. 17-18).
LRSUs in the Current OE CPT Thomas W. Doherty (June-August 2011, pp.40-42).
Map Overprints: An Additional Dimension in Intelligence, CPT Hinton Crockett (J-A 72).
The NTC and the Battalion S-2, CPT Daniel J. McRoberts (M-A 89, pp. 10-11).
OPSEC is Everyones Responsibility: Changing a Mindset. LT James A. Capobianco (M-A 04, pp. 1011).
OPSEC Key to Current, Future Operations, CTP Timothy Hsia (M-J 2008, pp. 24-25).
PIRs: What They Are...and Are Not, MAJ Kevin J. Dougherty (S-O 95, pp. 12-13).
Platoon Early Warning Device, MAJ Alfred H. McDonald (N-D 71).
Platoon Early Warning System, SSG Donald L. Moore (J-A 85, pp. 41-42).

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The PSYOP/MISO Warrior: Soldiers do More than Man Louspeakers and Distribute Leaflets MAJ
Luis A Cubillan (June-August 2011, pp.19-20).
The Q-36 Weapons Locating Radar: A Primer for Brigade Commanders and Staffs, LTC William A.
Sweet (M-J 94, pp. 14-17).
Reality, MAJ D. E. Christy, USMC (J-F 77, pp. 32-35).
Reconnaissance and Security, MG Kenneth C. Leuer (J-A 88, COMMANDANTS NOTE, pp. 1-2).
Reconnaissance in the Desert, LT Robert Friedenberg (S-O 91, pp. 39-40).
Reconnaissance Planning: A Neglected Art, MAJ David J. Ozolek (M-A 86, pp. 27-31).
Reporting Ground Order of Battle Information, MSG David A. Pils (N-D 87, pp. 16-18).
Revisiting Modern Warfare: The 3rd HBCT, 3rd IDs Experience in Madain Qada, Iraq, LTC David G.
Fivecoat and CPT Aaron T. Schwengler (J-A 2008, pp. 24-30).
The S-2 in Counterguerrilla Operations, MAJ Bill Bricker (J-A 66).
The S-2s Three Steps to Successful Scout Operations, CPT Bruce A. Niedrauer (N-D 94, pp. 17-18).
Scout Platoon: Offensive Reconnaissance, LT Donald E. Vandergriff (S-O 88, pp. 15-17).
Scouting Fire Teams, CPT Paul A. Hand, USMC (J-F 87, pp. 39-42).
Self-Help, MAJ Leonard B. Tavernetti, USA (N-D 75, pp. 36-39).
Sharing Information to Win the Global War on Terrorism, MG Walter Wojdakowski (J-A 2006, p. 1).
Shortstop Electronic Protection System, Kenneth A. Sines (March-June 97, pp. 15-18).
Spot Reports, CPT Raymond W. Levesque (J-A 82, pp. 36-37).
Stano: Combat Eyes and Ears, MAJ Karl L. Chapman (M-A 71).
Suggestions for Creating a Company-Level Intel Cell, 1LT Colas Brandon (M-A 2008, pp. 4-6).
Suspect, LTC Richard E. Mack (J-F 68).
Tactical Questioning: Human Intelligence Key to Counterinsurgency Campaigns Captain Matthew C.
Paul (J-F 2006, pp. 22-25).
UAV Single Vehicle Employment Platform Captain Gordon R. Kinneer (J-A 2010 pp.10-13).
UGS: Unattended Ground Sensors, CPT John A. Ford, USA (M-A 74, pp. 36-38).
The USAMU SDM Course A Students Perspective, MAJ Tyson Andrew Johnson (J-A 2008, pp. 4347).

LEADERSHIP AND COUNSELING


9 as 1: Building Teams and Strengthening Soldier Resilience and Unit Performance MG
Robert B. Brown and LTC Greg Burbelo (N-D 2011, pp. 26-30).
9 As 1: Small Leader Development A Paradigm Shift MG Robert B. Brown (S-O 2011, pp. 24-29)
Able and Willing, Dandridge M. Malone (M-A 83, pp. 9-11).
A Bridge Too Far? The Lost Art of Commanders Intent, Major Michael Mulherin (July 2009, pp. 2122).
AC/RC Battalion Command A Superb Opportunity. LTC Kevin J. Dougherty. (Summer 02, pp. 1316).
Adaptive Leadership: The Creative Application of Battle Command CPT David Voorhies (N-D 04 pp
35).
Advice to Junior Officers, LTC Patrick Aubert, French Army (J-A 86, p. 10-11).
Ask the Subordinate Commander, LTC Charles D. Bussey (S-O 71).
Assume a Leadership Image, Frank Mihlon III (N-D 72).
Backbone of the Army, CPT Daniel J. Hill, USA (N-D 74, pp. 9-10).
A New Battalion Commanders Command Focus Through the Application of LLOs Lieutenant Colonel
Bryan P. Hernandez (J-A 2010, pp. 8-9)
The Army of the 1990s: Challenges of Change and Continuity, GEN Carl E. Vuono (M-J 91, pp. 10-14).
Assuming Leadership, LTC Cole C. Kingseed (J-F 92, pp. 15-17).
AWOL, CPT Fenley D. Stafford, Jr., (J-A 71).
The Balance, Dandridge M. Malone (J-A 82, pp. 8-9).
Battalion AdvisorVietnam, CPT Thomas A. Timmes (J-A 70).
Battalion Command: A Personal Philosophy, COL Thomas B. Vaughn (S-O 84, pp. 19-21).
The Battalion XO, MAJ John L. Lorms (N-D 70).
Battlefield Psychology, CPT Adolph von Schell, German Army (M-A 88, PAST TIMES, pp. 40-44).
Bolstering the Backbone, LTC Thomas B. Vaughn (M-J 80, pp. 25-26).

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Building a Team, Dandridge M. Malone (N-D 82, pp. 6-8).


Calling All Drill Experts, CPT Robert E. Willis (S-O 71).
The Care Team Concept, Chaplain (LTC) Timothy E. Sowers, MAJ Joseph F. Pridgen, Chaplain (CPT)
Tracy N. Kerr, and Specialist Ben Hutto (S-O 2008, pp. 22-25).
Career Outlook1980, COL George E. Newman (J-F 70).
Chain of Command, Dandridge M. Malone (M-J 82, pp. 13-15).
The Challenge of Command and How to Meet It, COL Cole C. Kingseed (July- December 97, pp. 11-14).
Character and Leadership, MAJ Robert L. Maginnis (S-O 87, pp. 9-13).
Challenges and Potentials of a Rifle Platoon Leader. LT Renato E. Angeles (J-A 04, pp. 36-38).
COHORT Reenlistment, LTC Cole C. Kingseed (M-A 90, pp. 16-17).
COIN: On-the-job Learning for the New Platoon Leader, First Lieutenant Robert Baird (J-F 2009, pp.
25-32).
Combat Leadership, CPT Hugh Jones (N-D 2008, pp. 25-31).
Combat Motivation, MAJ Robert L. Maginnis (M-J 86, pp. 15-17).
Command and Leadership, COL Karl W. Eikenberry (M-A 95, pp. 22-27).
Command in Europe, CPT Robert L. Maginnis (S-O 82, pp. 22-26).
Command From the Bottom Up, Brigadier Richard E. Simpson, British Army (M-A 85, pp. 34-37).
Command Philosophy and Battle-Focused Excellence, LTC Jon H. Moilanen (M-J 95, pp. 7-10).
A Commanders Guide to Drug Abuse, CPT James R. Smith and CPT Frank G. Watkins (J-F 71).
Common Problems, MAJ Robert B. Thomas, USA (J-A 74, pp. 36-37).
The Company, Dandridge M. Malone (M-A 82, pp. 6-7).
The Company Command Team, LTC Cole C. Kingseed (S-O 90, pp. 19-20).
Coordination: Key to Success, (CN), CPT Bennet S. Jones (M-J 71).
The CSM Academy, CPT John R. Dobbs, USA (J-F 74, pp. 37-38).
Counseling: Proven Techniques, CPT Paul A. Rowlings, USA (J-A 74, pp. 9-10).
Dear Infantry Branch, LTC Garold L. Tippin (J-F 71).
Decision Making, CHAP (LTC) Meredith R. Standley, USA (J-A 75, pp. 32-35).
Developing a Cohesive Unit, CPT Peter Kilner (M-J 95, pp. 14-15).
Developing Lieutenants, CPT Craig J. Currey (M-J 90, pp. 9-11).
The Difference, Dandridge M. Malone (S-O 82, pp. 6-7).
The Difference Pride Makes, CPT James W. Tompkins, Jr. (S-O 83, pp. 6-7).
Distinctions Between Brigade and Battalion Command, MG Edwin H. Burba, Jr. (M-J 87,
COMMANDANTS NOTE, pp. 2-3).
Diversity in the Infantry Officer Corps: Our Responsibility, LTC Eric Lopez (A-A 12, 7-9).
Dont Let It Wear Thin, LTC Albert N. Garland, (USA Ret.), (S-O 71).
Dont Make No Mistakes, COL John T. Carley (M-A 70).
Drill Sergeant Program, SFC J. W. Heaton, Jr., USA (J-F 74, p. 40).
Duties and Responsibilities of a Task Force Deputy Commander, LTC Robert M. Mundell (M-A 05, pp
16-18).
Effective Communication, Roy Kern and CPT Robert F. Radcliffe, USA (J-A 74, pp. 38-40).
Effective Leadership, John L. Derhammer (S-O 77, pp. 17-20).
Effective Military Leadership, MG Herbert J. McChrystal, Jr. (S-O 90, pp. 16-18).
Egyptian General Abdel-Moneim Riad The Creation of an Adaptive Military Thinker. LCDR Youssef
Aboul-Enein (M-A 04, pp. 12-15).
EPMS: Commanders Manual, MAJ Roger W. Casalengo, USA (J-F 77, pp. 20-23).
EPMS and Promotions, USAMILPERCEN (M-J 77, pp. 15-17).
Esprit: Making It Work For You, BG James E. Shelton (J-F 90, pp. 13-14).
Essential to Soldier Care: The Commander and the Chaplain, Chaplain (COL) Jim Crews and COL
William V. Wenger (January-April 2000, pp. 17-19).
An Exercise in Leadership, LTC Thomas R. Rozman and LTC William A. Saunders, Jr. (M-A 92,
pp. 20-24).
Feather Merchant, BG James E. Shelton (M-J 82, p. 17).
A Fine Art, Chaplain (CPT) Thomas Schreck (M-J 79, pp. 20-22).
Flexibility: Todays Leaders Adjust, Adapt, Overcome. CPT Joseph Claburn (M-A 04, pp. 25-27).
For The Junior Leader, COL John A. Hoefling (J-F 70).
Force XXI Operations: Implciations for Junior Army Leaders LT Marco J. Lyons (N-D 04, pp 23-30).

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Four Ways to Increase Leadership Effectiveness, LTC Harry W. Christiansen (S-O 95, pp. 13-15).
Generalship, GEN Bruce C. Clarke (M-J 83, pp. 8-9).
Getting Things Done, CPT Robert N. Seigle, USA (J-F 75, pp. 12-14).
Grass Roots Personnel Manager, LTC James R. Bambery (N-D 71).
Growing a Leader, Dandridge M. Malone (J-F 82, pp. 9-10).
Handling an Out of Branch Assignment, CPT Donald M. Miller (N-D 71).
Hindsight is 20-20: What I Would Have Done Better As a Commander in Combat MAJ Eric Lopez (MA 2006, pp. 25-28).
Incentives and Disincentives, COL Karl W. Eikenberry (J-A 94, pp. 36-40).
Independence on the Modern Battlefield, CPT Robert L. Maginnis (S-O 84, pp. 29-31).
Individual Motivation in Combat, BG S. L. A. Marshall (S-O 70).
Infantry Basic Officer Leadership Course Platoon Leader Deciision Making for the 21st Century, CPT
Michael Fortenberry (N-D 2008, pp. 19-24).
Infantry in Action: The Sieg River Incident, MAJ Thomas H. Jones (M-A 89, Reprint, pp. 29-33).
The Infantry Leader: Mentally Tough, INFANTRY Staff (J-F 76, pp. 30-32).
The Infantry Leader: Physically Fit, LTC Robert B. Simpson, USA (J-F 76, pp. 27-29).
The Infantry Leader: Spiritually Aware, Chaplain (MAJ) Walter C. Tucker, USA (J-F 76, pp. 33-36).
The Infantry Leader: Tactically and Technically Proficient, INFANTRY Staff (J-F 76, pp. 20-26).
Informal NCO-ER Contract, LT Mark D. Butler and CSM Angus A. Gray (N-D 91, pp. 11-13).
Is It Leadership or a Lack of Experience? COL Ish Pack (N-D 72).
I. S. C.: Individual Serviceability Criteria, G-1 Staff, 3d Infantry Division (M-A 77, pp. 13-14).
Jump Start Your Professional Reading Program: A Six Pack of Books for Platoon Leaders, Major Scott
Shaw and Captain Kelly Jones (August-December 2009, pp. 45-46).
The Junior Infantry Leader and Field Artillery, CPT Gary W. Nelso (J-F 73).
Junior Leader Proficiency, LTC Richard F. Timmons (S-O 84, pp. 22-26).
LADP: Leadership Assessment and Development Program, MAJ Harry Christiansen (M-J 90, pp. 8-9).
Law of Land Warfare, CPT Robert E. Jenkins, Jr., and 1LT Martin C. McWilliams (N-D 71).
Leader Listen, Mr. Edwin Kalbfleish, Jr. (S-O 69).
The Leaders Image, CPT Eugene R. New (S-O 68).
Leaders World, CPT Craiger C. Parker, USA (S-O 75, pp. 48-49).
Leaders Also Have Hang-Ups, Col Richard E. Mack (S-O 72).
Leaders Dont Motivate, CPT George D. Forsythe, USA (J-A 75, pp. 41-43).
Leadership, BG Paul J. Mueller, Jr., USA (J-A 75, p. 15).
Leadership: A Commonsense Approach, LTC Victor M. Rosello (M-A 96, pp. 46-47).
Leadership Abrams Style, MG Albert H. Smith, Jr. (M-J 86, pp. 14-15).
LeadershipAnother Look, COL James O. McKenna, USA, Retired (J-F 74, pp. 8-10).
Leadership in a Changing Army, MAJ Brigham S. Shuler (S-O 71).
Leadership in Combat, MAJ Lewis Higinbotham, USA (J-A 75, pp. 16-21).
Leadership Communication and the Black Soldier, LTC Thomas J. Barham, USA (J-A 74, pp. 28-33).
Leadership Conference, LTC Ronald J. Rabin, USA (N-D 75, pp.17-18).
Leadership Counseling, BG William R. Richardson, USA (J-A 74, pp. 25-26).
The Leadership Dozen, George G. Eddy (S-O 84, pp. 14-18).
Leadership Failure, LTC Richard W. Hobbs (J-F 73).
Leadership: The Human Dimension, CPT Thomas P. Weikert (J-A 88, pp. 16-18).
Leadership Judgement, COL S. W. Wisnioski, Jr., USANG, Thoman R. Mulloney, and Hrand Saxenian
(N-D 75, pp. 18-19).
Leadership and PT, LTC Harry D. Stumpf (J-A 90, pp. 34-36).
The Leadership Role of the Company Executive Officer, LT Patrick M. Walsh (N-D 93, pp. 15-16).
Leadership: The Tenth Principle of War, CPT Richard A. Turner (J-F 93, pp. 7-8).
Leading Civilian Employees: Seven Steps for Military Members Supervising Civilians for the First time
LTC Michael Dane Acord (S-O 2011, pp.4-6).
The Leading Manager, COL Richrd L. Strube, Jr. (USA, Ret.) (September-December 99, pp. 12-13).
Leadership Training in Tomorrows Army. MAJ Keith Q. Mcguire. (Summer 02, pp. 40-43).
Left Behind: A Rear-D Commanders Experience, CPT Marcus B. Forrester (Jan-Mar 14, pp 34-37).
Lessons from a Change of Command, CPT Luke H. Ryan (N-D 13, pp15-18).
Lessons in Leadership, CPT Harold E. Raugh, Jr. (M-A 82, pp. 7-9).

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Lessons Learned as an Operations Sergeant Major, CSM John E. Blue (N-D 12, pp 14-15).
Lets Listen for a Change, CPT Thomas P. Meyer, USA (J-A 74, pp. 34-35).
Lieutenant Shanabruch Reports for Duty, 1LT Kenneth R. Shanabruch (J-F 71).
Loyalty, LTC James W. Townsend (S-O 87, pp. 13-14).
Make the NCODP Work, CSM Roy C. Owens (M-A 84, pp. 8-9).
The Making of an Infantry Lieutenant, CPT Robert C. Pittard (S-O 84, pp. 27-28).
McGregor All the Way, Xenophon (M-A 77, pp. 8-10).
The Mechanized Rifle Company as a Leadership Academy, LTC Thomas R. Rozman (J-A 91,
pp. 31-35).
Military Leadership1978, COL Ronald Rabin, USA, and CPT Burton Lockwood, USA (J-A 77, pp.
19-21).
Misdirected Loyalty, MSG Archer W. Miller, Jr. (J-A 80, pp. 11-12).
Mission: Financial Planning, CPT Lyle R. Metzler and 2LT Thomas J. Walsh (J-A 70).
Moral Authority at the Small Unit Level. Burton Wright III. (Fall 03, pp. 33-34).
The Moral Dimension: The Thoughts of Ardant du Picq, COL Richard F. Timmons (N-D 85, pp. 10-11).
Motivation, CPT Eugene R. New (M-A 68).
The MQS System, CGSC Staff (N-D 90, pp. 10-11).
The NCO, CPT Richard R. Bradberg (J-A 68).
The NCOs Pen, COL G. G. Eddy, USA, Retired (M-J 75, pp. 16-17).
Needle Yourself, CPT John P. Otjen (N-D 69).
The New Army: Redefining Roles, Captain Joshua Gaspard (J-F 2007, pp. 21-25).
A New Book on an Old Subject, LTC Ronald J. Rabin, USA (J-A 75, pp. 28-31).
The Noncommissioned Officer, MSG Frank K. Nicolas, USA, Retired (J-F 74, pp. 38-39).
Noncommissioned Officer Leadership, CSM William J. Cronin, USA (N-D 74, pp. 24-27).
The Noncommissioned Officer Today, (A Special Section), (J-F 74, pp. 25-40).
Occupational Neurosis, MAJ (Chaplain) Meredith R. Standley, USA (J-F 74, pp. 54-55).
Officers! Front and Center! GEN Bruce C. Clarke (S-O 87, p. 10).
On Battalion Command Advice for Future Commanders, LTC Richard D. Hooker, Jr. (Winter 03, pp.
38-43).
On Being a Lieutenant, CPT Richard D. Hooker, Jr. (N-D 85, pp. 20-23).
On Company Command, CPT Richard D. Hooker, Jr. (S-O 88, pp. 18-24).
On Loyalty, MAJ Robert B. Adolph (J-A 89, pp. 10-12).
Open Letters to Three NCOs, 1SG Jeffrey J. Mellinger (M-J 89, pp. 17-21).
OPMS Supervision, MAJ Charles E. Hobbs, USA (M-J 75, pp. 12-13).
Opportunity for Leadership, Lames W. Mueller (M-J 75, pp. 19-20).
Organizational Leadership, MAJ Burt Lockwood (M-A 79, pp. 26-28).
Peer Counseling: Another Dimension of Warrior Recovery, Chaplain (MAJ) Tammie Crews (M-A
2008, pp. 7-10).
Personal Ethics, MAJ David Shoemaker, USA (J-A 75, pp. 11-13).
Philosophy of Leadership, CPT Abayomi E. Taiwd, Army of Nigeria (N-D 79, pp. 11-13).
A Personal Reflection on Leadership, LTC Henry G. Gole (S-O 83,pp. 12-15).
A Plan for Command, CPT Danny W. Davis (S-O 88, pp. 25-34).
Platoon Leader, LT Mark G. Spitler, USA (J-A 75, pp. 51-52).
The Platoon Leader: Keys to Success, LT Daniel F. Sullivan (M-J 89, pp. 13-14).
Platoon Leaders: What Makes Them Tick, 1LT Robert K. Wright (M-A 71).
The Platoon Sergeant, CSM Williams J. Cronin (J-F 80, pp. 38-40).
Practicing Leadership, SP4 Steven Jung (M-A 79, pp. 43-47).
Preparing a Battalion for Combat: Combat Leadership Lessons Learned,LTC William C. David
(N-D 95, pp. 32-35).
Prisoner of War, LTC Floyd J. Thompson, USA (J-A 74, pp. 25-40).
Productivity and Mission Accomplishment, CPT Joseph P. Avery, USAF (M-J 86, pp. 18-19).
Profile of a Fallen Leader, MAJ Mel R. Jones (M-A 71).
Putting the Care into Caring, LTC Cole C. Kingseed (J-F 91, pp. 16-17).
QMP: NCO Professionalism, CPT Robert C. Herzog, USA (J-F 74, pp. 33-34).
Race Relations and the Leader, CPT William Richard (M-A 72).
RCAT Commander, LTC Graham D. Vernon (J-F 71).

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Reflections of a Rifle Platoon Leader, LT Renato E. Angeles (S-O 04, pp 16-18).


The Relationship Between the Platoon Leader and the Platoon Sergeant, LT James N. Roland (N-D 72).
Retreat From Duty, CPT Donald J. Meyers (J-A 68).
The Role and Duties of CSM, LTC John L. Lorms, USA (J-F 74, pp. 35-36).
The RR/EO Foreman, LT David M. Crane, USA (J-A 74, pp. 33-34).
A Salute to the Gold Bar, LTC Thomas J. Barham (September-December 2000, p. 4). Reprinted from
Infantry, July-August 1975.
Selecting Leaders, George G. Eddy (S-O 82, pp. 31-33).
Self-Awareness: The Key to Successful Leadership, LTC Milford H. Beagle Jr. (S-O 12, pp 19-20).
Selfless Leadership, LTC R. L. Sloane (J-A 82, pp. 7-8).
Shaping the Army of Tomorrow, GEN Carl E. Vuono (S-O 90, pp. 9-12).
Small Unit Leader, CSM W. J. Cronin, USA (J-F 76, pp. 50-51).
Small Unit Leader Development: Relevant to the COE and the Future, COL Mark W. Suich (S-O 2008,
pp. 26-32).
Soldier Readiness: Some Thoughts on Leadership, LTC Geoffrey G. Prosch (N-D 87, pp. 14-16).
Squad Leader: Anchor to the Chain of Command, CPT Boyd M. Harris (J-A 70).
Staff Action1863, LTC David H. Hackworth (M-A 70).
Staff Leadership, CPT Stephen W. Jarrard (M-J 89, pp. 8-9).
The Steuben Legacy, John Leach (J-F 72).
Stonewall Jackson and George S. Patton: A Survey of Leadership. COL Joseph Carter and MAJ
Michael Finer. (J-F 04 pp 10-13).
Strengthening the Backbone, MSG Archer W. Miller, Jr. (M-A 80, pp. 12-14).
Styles of Leadership, MAJ Gerald L. Weigand, USA (J-A 75, pp. 36-40).
The Subordinate: The Art of Fellowship, SFC Michael T. Woodward, USA (J-A 75, pp. 25-27).
Subtle Leadership, GEN Laurence S. Kuter, USAF, Retired (M-A 80, pp. 9-10).
Success or Failure: The Importance of Junior Leadership in the DATE, Nemesis Troup, 4th Squadron,
2nd Cavalry Regiment (J-A 13, pp 32-35).
Suggestions for Creating a Company Level Inter Cell, 1LT Colas Brandon (M-A 2008, pp. 4-6).
Supervisory Techniques: A Developed Talent, BG Stephen M. Mellnik, Retired (J-F 72).
A Systems Approach to Command, CPT James P. Totten (M-A 80, pp. 16-17).
Take Care of Your Men, LTC Robert E. Harris, USA (N-D 74, pp. 10-13).
Taking Charge: Three Elements of Successful Leadership. CPT Thomas A. Field (M-A 05, p 15).
Taking Command, George G. Eddy (M-J 83, pp. 18-20).
Taking the First Hill, George G. Eddy (J-A 86, pp. 41-43).
Team Leader, CPT James M. Dubik (M-A 79, pp. 42-43).
Teamwork, Dandridge M. Malone (M-J 83, pp. 6-8).
Technique of Command, MG A. S. Newman (USA Ret.), (M-A 71).
Thoughts on Leadership, William R. Freeman (M-A 89, pp. 17-18).
Thoughts of a Top Trainer, INFANTRY Staff (M-J 79, pp. 23-27).
The Three Ms of Morale, MAJ Charles F. Coffin III (S-O 89, pp. 16-18).
Tips for a Battalion S4 MAJ Erik Krivda (M-J 05, pp 48).
Tools of Personnel Management, MAJ John T. Bowden, Jr., (M-A 71).
Total Responsibility, LTC E. Richard St-Laurent, USAR (M-A 79, pp. 29-31).
Towards a Leadership in Philosophy, Major Teddy Kleisner (July 2009, page 45).
Training Lieutenants, CPT David S. Sutter, SWAP SHOP (J-A 90, p. 4l).
Tuning Up, LTC Thomas G. Johnson (M-J 80, pp. 11-12).
Two Sergeants, CPT Thomas E. Piazze Jr., USA (M-A 77, pp. 10-13).
Understanding People: The Key to Successful Leadership, LTC Frederic L. Borch (J-A 95, pp. 6-7).
Undesirables, CPT Jack C. Wheeler (M-J 68).
USAR: Leadership vs. Management, CPT James H. Dudley (M-A 86, pp. 19-21).
Values and Discipline, Dandridge M. Malone (J-F 83, pp. 7-8).
Values for Infantry Leaders, BG Bernard Loeffke (S-O 86, pp. 11-12).
Warrior Ethos: Soldiers Selflessly Committed to Army, Unit, Fellow Soldiers MSG Nicholas B. Castillo
(J-A 05, pp. 15-16).
What is a Battalion Commander? COL E. Lloyd Murphy (S-O 72).
What is a BN XO? MAJ Gordon A. Longabach (S-O 72).

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What Does an Officer Expect of an NCO? CPT David M. Dacus (N-D 72).
What NCOs Expect from Officers, 1SG John M. Liggett (N-D 72).
Whos on First? George G. Eddy (J-A 83, pp. 21-23).
Whose Responsibility? CPT Robert Georgeff, USA (J-A 75, pp. 22-24).
Why Cant I Motivate My People? BG John A. Hoefling (N-D 71).
Why Men Fight: A Rebuttal, Mike Fisher (J-F 91, pp. 12-14).
Why Men Really Fight, Harry F. Noyes III (J-A 89, pp. 23-27).
The Weight of Command: Colonel Harold K. Johnson in the Korean War, Lewis Sorley (JanuaryApril 98, pp. 8-10).
Will to Win, MAJ Lewis Higinbotham, USA (J-F 76, pp. 12-15). (Will to Win needs tempering with
Do it right and Perseverance.)
Winning the Mountain Fight Adaptability and Leadership, CSM William J. Ulibarri (J-F 2008, p. 2).
Your First Assignment, MAJ Eric E. Holdeman (N-D 85, pp. 13-15).

LOGISTICS AND MAINTENANCE


Aerial Resupply: The Blackstar Technique, CPT Mark Shankle (N-D 92, pp. 42-44).
Ammo and Ice Cream: Company XO as Logistician, LTC James F. Henrionnet (N-D 70).
Any Competent Staff Officer, LTC Lewis Higinbotham (S-O 79, pp. 10-13).
APC Maintenance, INFANTRY Staff (J-A 74, pp. 44-46).
The Army Readiness Program, LTC Edwin W. Emerson (M-J 66).
Army War Reserve-3: Prepositioned Equipment Afloat, CPT Lawrence J. Wark (M-A 96, pp. 7-9).
The B Deployment Bag, MAJ Dominic J. Caraccilo (J-F 96, pp. 47-48).
The Battalion S-4 in the Field, CPT William M. Connor, V (January-April 98, pp. 47-48).
The Battalion S-4: Lessons Learned, CPT Harold E. Raugh, Jr. (M-J 84, pp. 22-24).
Battle Dress SOP, CPT Noyes B. Livingston III (S-O 87, pp. 18-19).
Burrs Under the Saddle, COL Bruce H. Fraser (N-D 69).
Class III Operations, CPT Frederick J. Gellert (M-J 90, pp. 11-13).
The Combat Trains in Combat, CPT Frederick J. Gellert (M-J 95, pp. 5-7).
Command and Control of LOGPAC Resupply, CPT Paul J. Cancelliere and MSG Edwin B. Hinzmann
(M-A 92, pp. 25-29).
Company A Will Be Ready, CPT Edward D. Line (M-J 66).
Contemporary FOB Operations, Captain Phillip Radzikowski (M-A 2006, pp. 15-18).
The Crux of the Problem, CPT Barton L. Pearl (M-J 84, pp. 18-22).
CSC Commander, CPT John Nixon and CPT Craig Benedict (M-J 82, pp. 35-36).
CSS Matrix, CPT Stephen R. Winter (M-A 86, pp. 16-17).
CSS Operations in Somalia, CPT Stephen Michael (J-A 94, pp. 29-33).
Developing a Training Plan for a Line Company Supply Section, SFC John M. Duezabou (M-A 96,
pp. 41-43).
Dont Just Service Equipment--Service Entire Companies, MAJ Bennie Williams, Jr. and
1LT Gregory R. Cox (September-December 2000, pp. 43-44).
Dragon Maintenance Management, CPT G.A. Silverman (J-A 86, pp. 34-36).
Drop Zone Support Team Training, CPT Paul S. Warren (N-D 93, pp. 38-39).
Duffel Bag Delivery, CWO Ray L. Snell and Donald E. Pippins (N-D 89, pp. 40-41).
ECWCS, CPT William N. Henson (M-A 87, pp. 11-13).
Equipment Deployment Boxes, CPT Robert E. Milani (M-A 92, pp. 12-13).
Equipment Discipline, LT Daniel F. Sullivan (J-A 88, pp. 12-13).
Field Expedient Repairs, CPT William R. Dean (N-D 69).
Field Trains and the BSA: What Each Should Expect from the Other, MAJ Scott T. Glass (M-J 96,
pp. 41-44).
Field Trains Operations, CPT Robert L. Bateman (M-J 95, pp. 20-24).
Figure it Out: An Infantry Support Platoon and an Airfield in Afghanistan, Captain Mike Baskin
(M-J 2006, pp. 13-17).
For Want of a Nail, LTC Wallace H. Dawson III (S-O 70).
Forward Logistical Element, CPT Robert S. Dixon (January-February 97, pp. 20-22).

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The FSA, MAJ Joseph Costa, Jr. (S-O 68).


GFP Accountability: The Unknown Gorilla Part I, COL James Kennedy (Oct-Dec 13, pp 36-48).
Good Maintenance, CPT Arthur A. Durante (S-O 83, pp. 35-36).
Ground LOGPACs for Light Infantry: Lessons Learned at the JRTC (September-December 99, pp. 1618).
A Hard Look at Our Awards System, CPT William M. Logan (M-A 72).
Heavy Battalion Trains, CPT Steve Brasier (J-A 86, pp. 15-17).
How Do You Treat Your Logistics Advisor? LTC Carl M. Guelzo (J-F 69).
Infantry in Action: Sustainability, CPT Christopher S. Barnthouse (J-F 86, pp. 27-32).
Infantry Board, COL Walter F. Johnston (M-J 69).
J-Edition Field Trains, CPT Anthony R. Garrett and LT Michael P. Ryan (S-O 89, pp. 40-42).
Leadership and Preventive Maintenance, COL Donald C. Fischer (N-D 85, pp. 24-27).
Lean and Mean, LTC David H. Hackworth (M-A 68).
Lieutenant Versatile, CPT Johnny W. Brooks, USA (M-J 77, pp. 18-19). (Support platoon leader).
The Light Fighters LoadLets Consider ItAgain, CPT Dale E. Wilson (M-J 88, pp. 13-14).
Light Infantry Combat Service Support, CSM Dwight E. Anderson and 1SG Jeffrey G. Franks (M-A 94,
pp. 27-31).
Load-Bearing System for the 21st Century Land Warrior, COL Morris E. Price, Jr., and MAJ Allen L.
Borgardts (N-D 95, pp. 12-16).
Load Carrying Ability Through Physical Fitness Training, Michael S. Bahrke and LTC John S.
OConnor (M-A 90, pp. 33-36).
The Logistical Integration of Heavy and Light Forces, CPT David B. Hilburn (N-D 96, pp. 17-19).
Logistical Planning, MAJ Gregory C. Vogel (J-F 88, pp. 7-9).
Logistics in a DATE: Supplying our Soldiers in the Next War, CPT Mikola King (N-D 13, pp 36-37).
Logistics Lessons Learned at the National Training Center, MAJ Daniel J. Klecker and CPT James M.
Fiscus (M-A 96, pp. 37-41).
Logistics Slant Heavy Team Logistics at JRTC). CPT Dean Dominique. (Fall 03, pp. 26).
The Maintenance Battle, CPT Mark A. Meaders and CPT Rick Baillergeon (M-J 90, pp. 14-16).
Maintenance Flow Chart, CPT Robert R. Leonhard (M-J 83, pp. 13-15).
Maintenance and Material Readiness, LTC Carl M. Guelzo (M-J 66).
Maintenance is Training, CPT Jeff Peters, SWAP SHOP (March-June 97,p. 48).
Maintenance Week, CPT Jack H. Cage (N-D 80, pp. 11-12).
MAIT Replaces CMMI, CPT Robert H. Kelley (M-J 72).
MARPEX, MG Gordon J. Duquemin, USA (N-D 74, pp. 42-44).
MCBS: The Multi-Component Boot System, CPT Peter E. Blaber and CWO2 Kevin M. Egan (M-A 89,
pp. 14-17).
Meeting the Maintenance Challenge, LTC Richard M. Meyer (J-A 72).
Mobility and Man, LTC Willard E. Chambers (Ret.) (M-J 66).
Motorized Support: Lessons Learned at the NTC, LT Karl P. Monger (J-F 87, pp. 35-37).
The MRP Works, CPT Thomas A. Person, Jr. (S-O 85, pp. 14-15).
The Mystery of Material Readiness, MAJ Charles V. Follett (M-J 66).
A New Look at the Headquarters Company, CPT Stephen I. Cole (M-A 72).
Operation DESERT STORM: Crossing the LD, CPT Thomas E. Beron (S-O 92, pp. 20-21).
Platoon Inventory, MAJ Curtis R. Rogers (J-F 82, pp. 35-36).
Platoon Maintenance Program, CPT John H. Powell (M-A 83, pp. 34-35).
PMCS Certification: A Mechanized Infantry Combat Multiplier, CPT James D. Nielson (SeptemberDecember 2000, pp. 45-47).
PMCS Versus GITI, CPT Robert R. Leonhard (J-F 83, pp. 10-12).
Pragmatic POL, CPT Michael J. Schweiger (J-F 83, pp. 24-27).
A Quick Guide to Getting your Supplies in the Iraqi Theater: Lessons Learned from the Theaters Only
Corps Distribution Center, MAJ Brian McMurry (N-D 04, pp 16-18).
Rail-loading a Heavy Brigade, CPT Michael V. Truett (N-D 86, pp. 16-20).
Rail Movement Spreadsheet, CPT Charles B. Pelto (J-A 86, pp.17-21).
Ready for Inspection, Sir! MAJ Charles D. Bussey (M-J 66).
Re-engineering Unit Training: The Motor Pool as an Assembly Area, MAJ Robert P. Cerjan
(July-December 97, pp. 38-40).

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Refueling, CPT Donald S. Stewart, USA (M-A 77, pp. 50).


Resupply by Rappel, MSG Dave Goldie (M-J 83, pp. 37-39).
Resupplying a Light Force, CPT Leo A. Brooks, Jr. (S-O 87, pp. 34-35).
Roadmarching and Performance, LTC John S. OConnor, Michael S. Bahrke, CPT Joseph Knapik, and
James A. Vogel (M-J 90, pp. 31-33.
Shake the Shade Tree, CPT John M. Vermillion (M-A 80, pp. 43-44).
A Soldiers Load, CPT William C. Mayville (J-F 87, pp. 25-28).
The Soldiers Load, LT Scott C. Porter (M-J 92, pp. 19-22).
The Soldiers Load, MG Edwin H. Burba, Jr. (M-J 86, COMMANDANTS NOTE, pp. 2-3).
The Soldiers Load: Planning Smart, LTC John S. OConnor and Michael S. Bahrke (J-F 90, pp. 8-11).
Soldiers Load: When Technology Fails, MAJ Richard J. Vogel, MAJ James E. Wright, and LTC
George Curtis (M-A 87, pp. 9-11).
Standardize Combat Load, CPT Stephen P. Perkins (J-F 86, pp. 16-18).
Star Cluster Holster, LT John E. Hodge, SWAP SHOP (J-F 91, p. 17).
Stop Shuffling S-4s, MAJ John L. Morris, Jr. (J-F 82, p. 13).
Support Platoon Leader, CPT Robin P. Swan and CPT James P. Moye (M-A 83, pp. 36-38).
The Support Platoon Leader in a Light Infantry Battalion, CPT Jimmy M. Bradford (J-A 95, pp. 14-16).
Supporting Light Infantry, MAJ James H. Silcox (J-A 88, pp. 41-43).
Sustaining Battle, LTC Bennet S. Jones (M-A 82, pp. 9-10).
Sustaining the Light Infantry Brigade Command Post, CPT Steven D. Cage (M-A 87, pp. 33-35).
Tactical Logistician, LTC Walter J. Crimmins, Jr. (M-A 86, pp. 37-38).
Taers, MAJ Martin A. Brown III (J-A 69).
TAMMS: Lets Work Smarter, CPT Joseph B. Wismann (J-F 82, pp. 4-16).
Task Force Logistics, CPT John L. Tompkins (S-O 91, pp. 43-45).
Task Organizing CSS, LTC Wayne C. Agness, CPT Jeffery S. Bess, and CPT Gregory A. Watt (S-O 92,
pp. 14-17).
Third Job, LTC Randolph T. Poore (M-A 82, pp. 15-17).
Tips on the Light Infantry Combat Trains, CPT Jimmy M. Bradford (M-A 96, p. 43).
Thoughts on Recovery, CPT Steven D. Cage (S-O 87, pp. 43-44).
Troop Testing the M113 in Alaska, LT William C. Carlock (M-J 66).
The Vital Link, MAJ Thomas R. Rozman (M-A 86, pp. 17-18).
Water Resupply, MAJ Joseph Costa, Jr. (J-A 68).
Water Resupply and Heat Casualty Prevention, LTC Karl W. Eikenberry (N-D 90, pp. 38-39).
Water Resupply in the Light Infantry, CPT William M. Connor, Jr. (July-December 97, p. 45).
Weapon Maintenance, CPT Merrit P. Drucker (N-D 80, pp. 34-36).
Zen and the Art of Command Supply Discipline, CPT Christopher L. Mercado (N-D 12, pp 39-42).

LOW INTENSITY CONFLICT/TERRORISM/OPERATIONS OTHER


THAN WAR/STABILITY AND SUPPORT OPERATIONS
A Commanders View: Sustaining Marksmanship While Deployed, LTC David Liwanag (N-D 2007, pp.
45-46).
Airborne Heavy Weapons Company: Peace Enforcement Operations in Bosnia, CPT John R. Lightner
and LTC R.D. Hooker, Jr. (May-August 98, pp. 35-38).
Ambush Alley: The Road to Zerok COP, SPC Micah E. Clare (J-F 2008, pp. 9-10).
Ambush in Gumbad Valley, CPT Paul A. Thomas (J-F 2008, pp. 26-31).
The Anglo-French Intervention in the Levant: June 8 to July 11, 1941, LCDR Youssef Aboul-Enein,
USN and 2LT Basil H. Aboul-Enein (USAF) (M-J 2008, pp. 45-49).
The Arab Perspective of the 2006 Israeli War With Hezbollah: The Egyptian Strategic Research Center
al-Ahram Annual Strategic Report, LCDR Youssef Aboul-Enein, USN (M-A 2008, pp. 11-15).
The Battalion Maintenance Officer in Civilian Support Operations, CPT Kurt A. Schlichter (J-F 95,
pp. 17-19).
The Battle for Coco Solo: Panama, 1989, MAJ Evan A. Huelfer (January-April 2000, pp. 23-32).
BrazzavilleThe Congo: Dying Cities in An Unknown Civil War (1997), Adam Geibel (SeptemberDecember 98, pp. 17-20).

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Breaking Contact Under Fire, CPT Eric A. Patterson (January-April 99, pp. 6-11).
CDID Ensures Soldiers Retain Dominance on Future Battlefields, Don Sando (J-A 2008, p. 3).
Chess and Poker: Intelligence Drives Operations, CPT Brandon Anderson (J-A 2008, pp. 21-23).
COIN Cliff Notes: Techniques for the Conventional Rifle Platoon in Laymans Terms, CPT Craig
Coppock (J-A 2008, pp. 11-14).
COIN: When Adaptability Makes the Difference, CSM William J. Ulibarri (J-A 2008, p. 2).
Combatting Terrorism at Home Mobilization for Stability and Support Operations. CPT T.A.
Starkoski Jr. (Summer 02, pp. 32-36).
The Combined Arms Battalion as an Air Assault Task Force, LTC Jack Marr, MAJ John Cushing, CPT
Josh Powers and CPT Rich Thompson (J-A 2008, pp. 15-20).
A Commanders Sniper Operations Planning Guide, LTC David Liwanag and CWO3 (RET) Michael
Haugen (M-J 2008, ppp. 15-17).
Constructing a Platoon FOB in Afghanistan, CPT Chris OBrien (J-F 2008, pp. 34-37).
Contemporary FOB Operations, Captain Phillip Radzikowski (M-A 2006, pp. 15-18).
Contingency Training for Stability and Support Operations, CPT James B. Daniels (July-December 97,
pp. 23-27).
Convoy Live-Fire Exercises, LT Tod A. Langley and LT Donald J. Mahoney (J-A 95, pp. 31-33).
Cordon and Search: Lessons Learned in Somalia, MAJ Martin N. Stanton (N-D 94, pp. 18-21).
Counterinsurgency and Soviet Force Structure, Graham H. Turbiville, Jr., and MAJ James F. Gebhardt
(N-D 91, pp. 20-26).
Counterinsurgency in an Urban Environment, CPT O. Kent Strader (January-February 97, pp. 8-11).
Countersniper Missions in Operations Other Than War, LTC Michael R. Harris (Ret), and Arthur A.
Durante, Jr. (N-D 95, pp. 26-31).
Crisis in the Horn of Africa: Ethiopian-Eritrean Border Battles, 1998, Adam Geibel (January-April 99,
pp. 18-19).
Cultural Awareness and the Armed Forces, Kirsten Sanders (M-J 2008, pp. 27-28).
Cultural Awareness in Stability and Support Operations, CPT Joel B. Krauss (January-April 99, pp. 1517).
A Deadly Combination: Integration of the AH-64D M-TADS and High Altitude Tactics on the Modern
Battlefield, CPT A. C. Schilleci (M-J 2008, pp. 21-23).
The Defense of Camp Able Sentry, CPT Craig A. Collier (N-D 96, pp. 22-28).
Deterrent Patrolling, LTC Karl W. Eikenberry (J-A 90, pp. 24-27).
Earthquake 94: Operations Other Than War, LTC William V. Wenger (N-D 94, pp. 23-30).
Establishing a Zone of Separation, CPT Fred W. Johnson (M-J 96, pp. 31-38).
Fires, Floods, Riots and Plagues of Frogs: A Commanders Lessons Learned from Civilian Support
Operations LTC Kurt A. Schlichter (N-D 2007, pp. 20-25).
Fire Support in Low Intensity Conflict, MAJ Garnett Arnold (N-D 91, pp. 40-42).
Fire Support in Irregular Warfare, Captain Jose M. Marrero (S-O 92, pp. 37-40).
Focused Operations Against Organized Crime in a Mature Peace Operations Environment, Major
Oliver Mintz and Second Lieutenant Tory House (J-F 2007, pp. 38-44).
Green Tab to Green Tab Fire Support: The BCT Commanders Best Fires Asset, MG Peter M.
Vangjel, (Chief of Field Artillery) (M-J 2008, pp. 18-20). (This article first appeared in the MarchApril 2008 issue of Fires, a Joint Professional Bulleting for U.S. Field and Air Artillerymen).
Guard Platoon Assists with Hurricane Relief Efforts 1LT Paolo Sica (J-A 2006, pp. 33-41).
The HHC Commander as the JSS/Forward TAC OIC, CPT Ryan Roberts (N-D 2008, pp. 6-8).
A Higher Calling: Training Curve is Steep at the Army Mountain Warfare School, Bob Rosenburgh (JF 2008, pp. 38-40).
Human Terrain Team Helps Soldiers in Iraq Understand Cultural Landscape, SGT Mike Pryor (J-F
2008, pp. 8-9).
An Important Weapon in COIN Operations: The Key Leaders Engagement, CPT Joe Curtis (J-A
2008, pp. 35-42).
Infantry Battalion COIN Operations, LTC John Luttrell (J-A 2008, pp. 6-10).
An Infantry Platoon Leaders Thoughts on OIF Operations, 1LT Brendan Hagan (M-A 2008, pp. 2735).
Influencing the Population: Using Interpreters, Conducting KLEs, and Executing IO in Afghanistan
Captain Michael G. Cummings (M-A 2010, pp. 8-12)

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Intelligence Collection and Sharing, CPT Timothy Hsia (J-F 2008, pp. 20-22).
Intelligence Sharing: A Not So New Concept Given New Life, MAJ J.R. Johnson (M-J 2008, pp. 44-45).
Islamist Militancy and Yemens Internal Struggles: A Look at the Writings of Yemeni Colonel Abd-alWali Al-Shumairy, LCDR Youssef Aboul-Enein, USN (J-F 2008, pp. 41-49).
Joint Security Operations: Success Begins with the Basics, MAJ Dennis P. Chapman (May-August
2000, pp. 34-37).
JUST CAUSE: MOUT Lessons Learned, MAJ Robert G. Boyko (M-J 91, pp. 28-32).
Land Warrior: Dominating Dismounted Operations, LTC(P) W.W. Prior (M-J 2008, pp. 12-14).
Lane Taining in Haiti, LTC Leo A. Brooks, Jr. and CPT Michael O. Lacey (January-April 98, pp. 2226).
Lessons from the Soviet Afghan War: Deh-Khwaja Ambush, Lester W. Grau and Ahmad Jalai
(Vignette taken from The Other Side of the Mountain: Mujahideen Tactics in the Soviet-Afhan War)
(J-F 2008, pp. 18-19).
A Look Back: Stability Operations in Santo Domingo. MAJ William E. Klein (J-A 04, pp. 21-23).
The Los Angeles Riots: A Battalion Commanders Perspective, LTC William V. Wenger (J-F 94,
pp. 13-16).
Low Intensity Conflict and the Changing Nature of Warfare, James R. Locher III (S-O 91, pp. 10-12).
Low Intensity Conflict: What Captains Should Study, COL Richard T. Rhoades (M-A 91, pp. 10-12).
Mechanized Platoon TTPs in Peace Enforcement Operations, LT Kevin J. Perera (SeptemberDecember 99, pp. 44-47).
Mission Analysis in Stability and Support Operations, MAJ Kevin J. Dougherty (January-April 98,
pp. 12-15).
Mistakes: The Key to Learning, MAJ Noyes B. Livingston III (N-D 91,pp. 43-45).
Mogadishu, October 1993: A Company XOs Notes on Lessons Learned, CPT Charles P. Ferry
(N-D 94, pp. 31-38).
Mogadishu, October 1993: Personal Account of a Rifle Company XO, CPT Charless P. Ferry (S-O 94,
pp. 23-31).
MOUT Training and the IPB, LTC Gary L. Brohawn and Frederick J. DuPont (May-August 2000,
pp. 32-33).
Night Stalkers and Mean Streets: Urban Guerrillas in Afghanistan, Ali Ahmad Jalali and Lester W.
Grau (January-April 99, pp. 20-26).
One Place, Three Wars: Part 1, MG Bernard Loeffke (M-J 91, pp. 14-20).
One Place, Three Wars: Part 2, MG Bernard Loeffke (J-A 91, pp. 10-12).
Operation River Gate: Paratroopers Battle Insurgents in Haqlaniyah, CPT Aaron B. Baty (M-A 2008,
pp. 36-39).
Operational Considerations for Sub-Saharan Africa, LTC Martin N. Stanton (S-O 96, pp. 28-36).
Operations in Somalia: Changing the Light Infantry Training Focus, CPT Patrick McGowan (N-D 93,
pp. 23-25).
Operations Other Than WarA Broader Perspective, MG Jerry A. White, COMMANDANTS NOTE
(J-F 94, pp. 1-2).
OPSEC Key to Current, Future Operations, CPT Timothy Hsia (M-J 2008, pp. 24-25).
Peace Operations, LTC William J. Martinez (M-J 94, pp. 39-40).
Peacekeeping Operations in Somalia, 1LT William A. Kendrick (M-J 95, pp. 31-35).
Peacekeeping Operations: One Infantry Leaders Experience, CPT Thomas Goss (J-A 96, pp. 5-8).
Peer Counseling: Another Dimension of Warrior Recovery, Chaplain (MAJ) Tammie Crews (M-A
2008, pp. 7-10).
Planning for Support Operations in a Mountainous Environment, MAJ Michael Mulherin (J-F 2008,
pp. 32-33).
Platoon Under Fire: Mogadishu, October 1993, CPT Mark A.B. Hollis (January-April 98, pp. 27-34.
Preparing an Iraqi City for Elections: TF 1-21 Infantry Applies the Nine Principles of War in Kirkuk,
CPT Jeremiah Cordovano (J-F 2006, pp. 37-40).
Redefining the Role of the U.S. Army Infantryman in Iraq Captain Matt Russell, First Lieutenant Bill
Helmsing, First Lieutenant David Kimsey, and First Lieutenant Charlie Timm (J-A 2010 pp. 34-36)
Revisiting Modern Warfare: The 3rd HBCT, 3rd IDs Experience in Madain Qada, Iraq, LTC David G.
Fivecoat and CPT Aaron T. Schwengler (J-A 2008, pp. 24-30).

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The Rheostat Adjustment Model: A Commanders Tool for Combating Soldier Complacency, COL
Wayne W. Grigsby, Jr., MAJ David G. Fivecoat, CPT Steven M. Hemmann and CPT Matthew S.
Carman (M-A 2008, pp. 40-46).
Riot Control for the 1990s, LTC Martin N. Stanton (J-F 96, pp. 22-29).
The Role of Combat Lifesavers in Counterinsurgency Operations, CPT Bradley W. Hudson, SSG(P)
Karen L. Moody and SSG Robert Melton (J-A 2008, pp. 48-51).
Scenario Highlights Effective Personnel Recovery Program, Wayne Heard (M-J 2008, pp. 40-43).
Security Operations SOP: A Rifle Company in Bosnia, Major Malcolm B. Frost (January-April 99, pp.
27-34).
Sharpening the Warfighters Edge through peace Support Operations. LT Richard L. Schwartz and
SFC Richard A. Morin. (Spring 02, pp. 42-43).
Situational Training Exercises in Stability and Support Operations, LT John Brennan (M-J 96,
pp. 39-41).
Small Arms Ammunition: Know What Youre Shooting, (This article first appeared in the June 2007
issue of PS, The Preventive Maintenance Monthly). (J-F 2008, p. 50).
A Soldiers Guide to Understanding Christianity and Islam, Chaplain (MAJ) Walt Hoskins (M-J 2008,
pp. 32-36).
Soldiers Look to Other Troops to Get Better Understanding of Islamic Cultures, SGT Brandon Little
(M-J 2008, p. 5).
SRTA Allows 360-Degree Training Capability, MAJ Raymond L. Fuller, MAJ Michael A. Jaskowiec,
Marcus Phillips and MAJ Jonathan M. Stone (M-A 2008, pp. 47-49).
Stability Operations in Northern Iraq Task Force Altun Kupri CPT Jeffrey B. Van Sickle (J-F 05, pp
25-29).
Stability Operations: The Legacy of the Search and Attack CPT David Voorhies (M-J 05, pp 27-34).
Stability and Support Operations at the Turn of the Century1899, From the diary of Mr. Walter
James Bertholf (May-August 1998, pp. 16-23).
Streetfighting: The Rifle Platoon in MOUT, CPT John W. Karagosian (September-December 2000,
pp. 23-30).
Suggestions for Creating a Company-Level Intel Cell, 1LT Colas Brandon (M-A 2008, pp. 4-6).
A Support Platoon in Iraq CPT Marco J. Lyons (M-A 2006, pp. 19-22).
Team Enabler: Getting Civil Affairs, Tactical Psychological Operations and Human Intelligence
Collection into the Fight, CPT David J. Smith and 1LT Jeffrey Ritter (J-F 2008, pp. 16-18).
Team Fish Hook Long Range Carbine Marksmanship Training in Afghanistan, CPT Matthew D.
McDonald (M-J 2008, pp. 37-38).
Training Afghan Soldiers: A Technique for Building Rapport with Your Counterparts, Dr. (SGM RET)
Terry Tucker (M-J 2008, pp. 29-31).
Urban Combat Where Adaptability Makes the Difference, CSM William J. Ulibarri (M-A 2008, p. 2).
Urban Operations: Learning From Past Battles, Eric Mailman (M-A 2008, pp. 16-25).
Urban Operations Meeting the Challenges, MG Walter Wojdakowski (M-A 2008, p. 1).
Urban Patrolling: Experiences in Haiti, LT Edward F. Borowiec, Jr. and LT Joshua T. Stevens (J-A 96,
pp. 8-10).
The USAMU SDM Course A Students Perspective, MAJ Tyson Andrew Johnson (J-A 2008, pp. 4347).

MAP READING AND NAVIGATION


The Altimeter, LTC William Menning (N-D 90, pp. 40-42).
The Art of Land Navigation: GPS Has Not Made planning Obsolete, LTC Raymond Millen (JanuaryApril 2000, pp. 36-43).
Desert Navigation Devices, CPT Thomas E. Beron (S-O 91, pp. 37-38).
The GPS and the Lost Art of Land Navigation, MAJ Brice H. Johnson (M-J 95, pp. 10-11).
In Defense of the Lensatic Compass, Noel J. Hotchkiss (N-D 91, pp. 31-34).
Know Your Angles, Georgann Lucariello (M-A 87, pp. 38-39).
Land Navigation, MAJ Robert G. Boyko (M-A 87, pp. 36-37).
Land Navigation: A Common Task, Not Commonly Understood, Noel J. Hotchkiss (M-A 84, pp. 25-28).

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Land Navigation: A Critical Skill, CPT H. Stogner, Jr. (N-D 87, pp. 39-40).
Land Navigation, SFC Stuart M. Johnston (N-D 91, pp. 14-16).
Land Navigation over Snow-covered Terrain, MSG David A. Pils (S-O 92, pp. 11-12).
Map Course Distances, MAJ Charles F. Coffin III (J-A 89, pp. 12-15).
Map Folding, reprint from Infantry School Quarterly, Jan 1956, pp. 29-31, SWAP SHOP (J-A 86, p. 21).
Map Reading Basics, MAJ Stanley H. Holgate and SSG Thomas A. Scrapansky (J-F 82, pp. 31-32).
Multipurpose Navigational Aid, CPT John R. Sutherland, III (M-A 95, pp. 13-16).
Navigation sheet, CPT Karl A. Miller, SWAP SHOP (N-D 86, p. 11).
Orienteering: New Lap in the Map Gap, CPT Vernon W. Humphrey (J-F 71).
The Protractor Compass, MAJ Charles F. Coffin III (N-D 90, pp. 15-17).
Terrain Appreciation, LT Kenneth G. Nielsen (N-D 87, pp. 40-42).
The Way Ahead: Lessons from Gnjilane, Kosovo. CPT Lee A. Flemming. (Spring 02, pp. 28-31).

MARKSMANSHIP
Advanced Infantry Marksmanship: Shooting better Day and Night. LTC Michael E. Boatner
(September-December 1998, pp. 31-34).
Armorcade, CPT Patrick McGuire, USA (S-O 77, pp. 10-11).
Beyond Trainfire, CPT Aubrey B. Stacy, USA (N-D 77, p. 48).
The Case for Squad Sharpshooters, LTC Michael R. Harris, (USA, Ret.) (September-December 99,
pp. 23-28).
COIN Cliff Notes: Techniques for the Conventional Rifle Platoon in Laymans Terms, CPT Craig
Coppock (J-A 2008, pp. 11-14).
Close Quarters Marksmanship: Training for Conventional Infantry Units, CPT Bret Van Poppel, CPT
John Paganini, and CPT Jeffrey A. Rynbrandt (January-April 99, pp. 39-42).
A Commanders Sniper Operations Planning Guide, LTC David Liwanag and CWO3 (RET) Michael
Haugen (M-J 2008, pp. 15-17).
Competitive Marksmanship, Bob Nordan (M-J 77, pp. 13-14).
Co-Witnessing Lasers to Optics: A Faster More Accurate Way to Zero Lasers for the Night Fight
Major Darren R. Lore (N-D 2006, pp. 47-48).
The Designated Marksman Equation, First Sergeant (Retired) D. Robert Clements (S-O 2008, pp. 4750).
Effective EIB Training, CSM Jeffrey J. Mellinger (May-August 2000, pp. 44-46).
Everything You Wanted to Know About Ranges, CPT Eric E. Holdeman (S-O 79, pp. 27-30).
Green Tab to Green Tab Fire Support: The BCT Commanders Best Fires Asset, MG Peter M.
Vangjel, (Chief of Field Artillery) (M-J 2008, pp. 18-20). (This article first appeared in the March
April 2008 issue of Fires, a Joint Prefessional Bulletin for U.S. Field and Air Artillerymen.)
Gunfighting 101: USAMUs Close Quarters Marksmanship Course, MAJ Tyson Andrew Johnson (N-D
2008, pp. 38-42).
Excellence in Weapon Marksmanship, MG Michael F. Spigelmire (N-D 89, COMMANDANTS NOTE,
p. 1).
Improving Marksmanship, LTC Karl W. Eikenberry (J-A 91, pp. 27-30).
Improving Army Marksmanship: Regaining the Initiative in the Infantrymans Half Kilometer LTC
David Liwanag (J-A 2006, pp. 26-32).
The Integration of Combat Optics Technologies and the Designated Marksman Concept, MAJ Charles
Pavlick, Ret. (S-O 05, pp 13-15).
The Kneeling Position Eno, Russell A. (M-J 2006, pp. 41-42).
Known-Distance Marksmanship: The Key to Increasing Combat Performance, CPT Glenn A. Dubis
and SSG Carl O. Dooley (M-A 94, pp. 41-44).
Lock and Load: Reengineering RC Marksmanship Training. Joseph D. Hagman and MSG Donald
Riley. (Summer 02, pp. 11-13).
M16 Rifle Marksmanship, MG Michael F. Spigelmire (N-D 89, COMMANDANTS NOTE, p. 1).
Management Versus Marksmanship, LTC John G. Wilcox (N-D 79, pp. 17-19).
Marksmanship: A New Focus, MG Carmen J. Cavezza, (N-D 90, COMMANDANTS NOTE, pp. 1-2).

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Marksmanship and the New Focus, CPT J. Mark Chenoweth (M-A 91, pp. 39-41).
Marksmanship device, CPT Timothy L. Canty, SWAP SHOP (J-F 86, p. 11).
Marksmanship Training: A Better Way, MAJ Michael C. Okita (J-A 93, pp. 43-45).
Marksmanship Training: More Than the Basics, SFC Steven D. Miller (September-December 99,
pp. 41-44).
Marksmanship with Chemical Protective Masks, Kevin L. Jamison, SWAP SHOP (M-A 91, p. 44).
Master Marksmen in the light infantry. SFC Kenneth Wolfe. (Spring 02, pp. 35-37).
Moving Target Marksmanship Training, Joel D. Schendel (J-A 87, pp. 20-26).
Mountain Leader Advanced Rifle Marksmanship Course: Helping the Army, 10th Mountain Div Meet the
Demands of Transformation, LTC Michael Coss, CPT Adam Sawyer and 1SG Scott Baughn (S-O
04, pp 41-43).
The Neglected M16 Magazine, MAJ Thomas H. Baker (N-D 91, pp. 38-40).
One ShotOne Kill, MAJ Weldon M. Griggs, USA (N-D 77, pp. 44-46).
Preparing a Battalion for Combat: Marksmanship, LTC William C. David (J-A 95, pp. 27-30).
A Primer on Exterior Ballistics for Infantrymen, Captain Wesley Moerbe (August-December 2009, pp.
16-20).
The Prone Position, COL Henry E. Kelly, USA, Retired (J-F 77, pp. 18-19).
Range Operations Checklist, MAJ John H. Henderson (M-J 89, pp. 10-13).
Rifle Fighting: High Payoff Training, COL William O. Vowell (M-J 89, pp. 22-25).
Rifle Marksmanship, MG Edwin H. Burba, Jr. (M-A 87, COMMANDANTS NOTE, pp. 2-3).
Rifle Marksmanship, CPT John L. Wolf (J-F 89, pp. 42-43).
Rifle Marksmanship Lessons, CPT Philip K. Abbott (M-A 91, pp. 38-39).
Rifle Zero, CPT Everett D. Mayfield (M-J 82, pp. 18-19).
The Rollover Prone Pistol Firing Position, CPT Thomas E. Beron (J-A 92, p. 44).
Scouts, Snipers and Designated Riflemen, SFC John E. Foley (S-O 90, pp. 25-28).
A Serious Void, Bob Nordan (S-O 77, pp. 44-46).
Shot on the Dark of the Day, Dr. Paul R. Bleda and COL Anthony Labrozzi (M-A 79, pp. 32-34).
Smallbore Riflery, MAJ Edwin L. Kennedy, Jr. (N-D 87, pp, 42-44).
Small Caliber Lethality: 5.56mm Performance in Close Quarters Battle, Major Glenn Dean and Major
David LaFontaine (S-O 2006, pp. 26-32).
Sniper School Update: Changes Reflect Ever-Changing Face of Modern Battlefield, CPT Jason R.
Lojka and SSG Thomas M. Appledorn (S-O 2008, pp. 15-16).
Snipers in the SBCT, Major Mark S. Leslie (S-O 2006, pp. 6-9).
Snipers: A Neglected Combat Multiplier, CPT Philip K. Abbott (N-D 91, pp. 35-36).
Special Ops Tam Wins Sniper competition S.L. Standifird and Kristin Molinaro (N-D 2010, p. 3)
The Sphinx Target: Marksmanship Training in Three Dimensions, MSG Marc Palmer (JanuaryApril 99, pp. 2-44). Reprint (M-A 04, pp. 46-47).
Stability and Support Operations at the Turn of the Century1899, From the diary of Mr. Walter
James Bertholf (May-August 1998, pp. 16-23).
Streetfighting: The Rifle Platoon in MOUT, CPT John W. Karagosian (September-December 2000,
pp. 23-30).
Team Fish Hook Long Range Carbine Marksmanship Training in Afghanistan, CPT Matthew D.
McDonald (M-J 2008, pp. 37-38).
The Two-Round Zero, CPT Ches H. Garner (M-J 93, pp. 15-16).
U.S. Army Combat Arms Matches, 1SG John E. Foley (J-F 95, pp. 46-47).
The USAMU SDM Course A Students Perspective, MAJ Tyson Andrew Johnson (J-A 2008, pp. 4347).
Using Devices to Predict Live Fire Marksmanship, Joseph D. Hagman (September-December 2000,
pp. 10-12).
Warfighter Load, Survivability, and Shoot-and-Move Dynamics, Christopher Palmer (A-A 12, pp 2832).
The Weaponeer and Marksmanship, Joe D. Schendel (J-F 85, pp. 32-35).
Zeroing Techniques With Night Vision Devices, Dr. Jean L. Dyer, Dr. Seward Smith, and Nancy R.
McClure (S-O 96, pp. 6-9).

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MISCELLANEOUS
Advisor Lessons Learned, MAJ Martin N. Stanton (J-F 92, pp. 8-10).
AAEF: Air Assault Expeditionary Force Campaign of Experimentation, LTC (Retired) Paul E. Snyder
(N-D 2006, pp. 45-46).
The Air Calvary Troop: Will It Be Effective? CPT David W. Owen (M-J 71).
ALSA Center Meets Immediate Needs of the Warfighter, Colonel John R. Anderson (M-J 2006, pp. 4546).
And NowThe Balloon, CPT Marshall L. Helena, USA (M-J 76, pp. 13-14).
Army Slang, LTC Bob Chick (M-J 72).
Automatic Ambush, (CN), LTC David H. Hackworth (M-A 70).
Avoiding the Worst Possible Outcome 1LT Thomas Anderson (J-F05, pp 42-45).
Back With Troops, MAJ Gale R. Zink Jr., USA (M-J 77, pp. 17-18).
The Badge, Cornelius J. McCarthy (J-F 72).
Base Expeditionary Targeting and Surveillance Systems: Providing the Soldier with Integrated Base
Defense Capabilities, Dr. Christina Bates (S-O 12, pp 5-7).
Battlefield, Charles Lotter (M-J 82, Poem, Back Cover).
The Battlefield Anti-Intrusion System: The Soldiers Answer to Tactical Perimeter Security. Phillip
Cheatham (M-A 04, pp. 40-41).
Best Ranger Competition (27th Annual) S.L. Standifird (M-A 2010, pp. 4-5).
Blue Epitaph, CPT Arthur W. Tate, Jr. (M-J 68).
Boots, Charles Lotter (M-A 82, Poem, Back Cover).
Bouncing Back After a Thumping: Resiliency Among Guerrilla Units, LTC (Retired) Les W. Grau (S-O
12, pp 19-20).
Boyds OODA Loop and the Infantry Company Commander CPT Aaron Bazin (J-F 05, pp 17-19).
A Brief Report on the Infantry System Program Review, LTC Seth W. Burkett (J-A 73).
Brigade, Casualty of Technology, MAJ Paul J. Kirkegaard (J-F 72).
The Brigade S1 and Personnel Accountability. MAJ Stacy Holbrook. (J-A 04, pp. 16-17).
Building a Better Heuristic CPT Adam Frost and 1SG Matt Holben (N-D 2011, pp. 14-18).
But I Know It happened, (CN), MAJ John M. McDonald (M-J 69).
Calculator, LT Robert Marshall and LT Michael Qualls (J-F 70).
Call-Up, MG Ellis W. Williamson (J-A 70).
Capstone: Strategic Landpower for the Company Commander, GEN Robert W. Cone and CPT Jon D.
Mohundro (Oct-Dec 13, pp 4-6).
Chieu Hoi, MAJ Wilbur P. Spencer, Jr. (S-O 69).
A Christmas Story, MG Albert H. Smith, Jr. (N-D 84, pp. 10-11).
Civilians in Fatigues, Richard S. Wellins and Michael G. Rumsey (J-A 79, pp. 15-19).
COHORT Housing Program, LT Allen J. Gill and LT Gary E. Luck, Jr. (S-O 87, pp. 16-17).
The Combat JAG: A Commanders Guide to Dealing with Lawyers on the Battlefield, LTC Kurt A.
Schlichter, (N-D 05, pp 7-9).
A Combat Ready Reserve: The Impossible Dream, CPT Robert W. Burke (M-J 73).
Combat Stress, LTC Donald C. Bowman (S-O 73).
Combat Vehicles in the Yom Kippur War, (Foldout) (M-J 74, pp. 57-64).
Compass case, using ammunition pouch, Mike Sparks, USMCR (N-D 88, SWAP SHOP, p. 43).
Command Voice, MAJ Stephen C. McFarlane (N-D 79, pp. 9-11).
Commander Has Less Mobility Than He Thinks, CPT James L. Campbell, and John Moser (M-A 73).
A Commanders Guide to the Forward Support Company, Captain Trenton J. Conner (M-A 2007,
pp. 16-22).
Communicating at Home: The Relevancy of Inform and Influence Activities in the Garrison Operational
Environment, MAJ James Pradke (Oct-Dec 13, pp 9-11).
The Company XO, LTC John R. Galvin (N-D 69).
A Concept for All Seasons: The COE and its Relation to Real-World Events, Major George Stroumpos
(J-A 2007, pp. 46-49).
Contracting in Afghanistan: A Partnered Approach CPT Cameron E. Hosmer (S-O 2011, pp. 7-10)
Conventional Forces, Special Forces and the Hidden Guerrilla. SFC James Meyers (M-A 04, pp. 8-9).
The Crossed Muskets, LT J. Clark Kaskie (N-D 88, Reprint, p. 3).

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Crossing the Language Barrier, LTC William E. Burr (J-F 66).


The Deadly Victim, INFANTRY Staff (N-D 76, pp. 30-32). (Antiarmor tactics presented in a surrealistic
fashion.)
Defenders of Freedom, 1SG Charles OHara (M-A 69).
Defining the Right of Self Defense: Working Toward the Use of a Deadly Force Appendix to the Standing
Rules of Engagement for the Department of Defense. MAJ David Bolgiano, USAF CPT Mark
Leach, USMC MAJ Stephanie Smith and LTC John Taylor. (Summer 02, pp. 20-27).
Delta Rangers, (CN), SP5 John J. Bick (M-A 70).
The Destruction of a Battalion, COL David C. Hackworth (M-J 71).
DNNE Fuses Infantrymens Capabilities With Technological Advancements, MAJ Jason D. Bohannon
(Jan-Mar 14, p 7-9).
Doctrinal Manuals, CPT Terrence N. Thomas (J-F 83, pp. 32-33).
Doctrinal Publications, MAJ Bruce D. Mackey (M-A 85, pp. 38-40).
Duty in Europe, INFANTRY Staff (M-J 79, pp. 8-10).
ECIB, SGM Walter E. Brunty (S-O 71).
Environmental Considerations as part of the MDMP, Albert M. Vargesko, (N-D 05, pp 47-48).
EOD Support during OIF 04-06: When GS is More Than DS, MAJ Gerardo V. Meneses. (S-O 05, pp.
23-24).
EPCs, MAJ Mick Vee (N-D 72).
The Essence of Infantry and the Indirect Defense, Hugo E. Mayer, Jr., (J-F 73).
Ethics and Motivation: How a Soldier Feels During Combat, Captain Massimo Scotti, Italian Army (MA, 2007, pp. 12-15).
Extra Magazine Pouches, MSG David A. Pils (J-F 89, p. 18).
Family Support Program, LTC Marshall L. Helena (J-A 90, pp. 16-17).
Field Grade Apprenticeship: S3 Assignment Critical to Career Progression MAJ Mark S. Leslie (S-O
12, pp 8-10).
Fire and Maneuver Effects. William F. Owen (J-A 04, pp. 48-49).
Fires Decision-Making Wheel: A Tool for Planning and Reacting at the Staff and Leader Levels, MAJ
Mark S. Leslie, MAJ Pete Kremzar, and MAJ Lawrence Edell (J-A 13, pp 38-40).
Force Oriented Defense, CPT Robert B. Killebrew (M-J 73).
Formula for Professionalism, COL Guy S. Meloy (M-J 73).
The Foundation for Success in Unified Land Operations: Understanding the Operational Environment,
MAJ Kevin McCormick (N-D 12, pp 26-30).
Fourteen Proverbs Gleaned From a Damp Foxhole, Charles Black (M-J 70).
The Fourth Estate and You: A Guide to Relations with the News Media. Cpt Christopher C. Garver
(May- August 99, pp. 9-11).
General G-Whiz Celebrates Armistice, Donald Smythe (N-D 72).
Germ Warfare, Dr. Irwin Ross (M-A 76, pp. 13-14).
Getting Through to Youth, MAJ David L. Stanley (M-J 70).
The Grass is Not Always Greener, CPT Frederick W. McCoy (N-D 72).
Growing Pains The Armys Transition to Two-Level Maintenance, Alan C. Wyatt (J-F, pp 15-17).
Guerrilla Sanctuaries, MAJ G. R. Christmas, USMC (M-J 73).
Hands on Everything: Company XOs in Iraq, CPT Brent Dial (M-A 2006, pp. 13-14).
The Hard Choice: Decisive Points in Counterinsurgency, Captain Brandon Anderson (M-A 2007,
pp. 23-25).
Have CoursesWill Travel, Edward Shepherd and CPT John V. Williams (J-A 79, pp. 10-11).
HAWK, MAJ Donald B. Stephens and MAJ Mel R. Jones (J-F 70).
Hindsight: Broadening and the Importance of Managing Your Career, MAJ Eric B. Alexander (Oct-Dec
13, pp 7-8).
How to Succeed on Tewts Without Really Trying, MAJ Mick Vee (M-A 73).
How Much Support? Field Artillery School (J-A 80, pp. 10-11).
HRC Infantry Branch Talks Transfers, Emerging Trends Captain Jimmy Ross (J-A 2010, pp.3-4).
Huddle Begins ISR Synchronization, LTC J.R. Sanderson and MAJ Jerome T. Sibayan (S-O 05, pp 1012).
Humor is No Laughing Matter, CPT Peter M. Elson (M-A 72).
A Hungry World, CPT Edgar C. Doleman, Jr. (S-O 68).

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I Am The Infantry, (J-A 90, Reprint, Inside Back Cover).


I Am The Infantry Wife, Sylvia Birdwell (M-J 85, Back Cover).
I Cant See Your Rank, CSM Long (S-O 72).
IG at Affes, 1LT T. Diamantes, and SSG Larry G. Pittsman (J-F 73).
Impressions on a Third Tour, (CN), CPT Joseph W. Moore (M-A 70).
The Infantry Mind, (S-O 88, Reprint, p. 3).
Infantry OCS Hall of Fame, 1LT Ronald Perkins (J-F 72).
Infantry OSUT Company Command, LTC Gary G. Dacey (N-D 94, p. 48).
Infantry of the Seventies, COL Robert H. Siegrist (M-A 73).
Infantry Training in an Armored Division, CPT Bruce T. Caine (M-A 73).
Infantryman at Afees, 2LT Thomas Diamantes, Jr., (N-D 71).
An Infantrymans View, Ronald D. McLynne (S-O 73).
Instant Delivery, William J. Brown (M-J 80, p. 36).
International Affair, (M-J 73).
International Community Relations is Every Soldiers Business, COL Norman L. Dodd (M-J 72).
An Interview with GEN James T. Hill, SOUTHCOM Commander, Russell Eno (Fall 03, pp. 8-10).
Indirect Fires First An interview with MG Paul Eaton. (Fall 03, pp. 39-41).
Insider Attacks: Repairing a Damaged Partnership, CPT Seth Hildebrand (Jan-Mar 14, pp 15-18).
Interoperability with Egyptian Forces, LTC Wolf D. Kutter and MAJ Glenn M. Harned (J-F 85,
pp. 15-17).
Into the Thoughts of Jihadist Leaders, Lieutenant Commander Youssef Aboul-Enein (USN) (J-F 2007,
pp. 11-13).
An Introduction to the SBCT. Ron Kuykendall. (J-A 04, pp. 27-29).
Invocation to the Infantry, SPC Kevin Burns (S-O 85, Back Cover).
IOAC, LTC Robert G. Clarke, USA (M-A 75, pp. 18-19).
IR&D: A Customer Relations Department for Infantrymen, CPT Dan Parker (S-O 72).
JFOs and a Nice Start Major Scott P. Knight (J-A 2010 p14)
Jody, INFANTRY Staff (M-J 84, pp. 30-33).
Jungle Reconnaissance and the Pivot to the Pacific, 1LT Matthew E. Miller (Oct-Dec 13, pp 43-45).
Keep the Commander Informed, CPT Jack R. Fox (J-A 73).
Kiss Off the Dreadnaught, MAJ John Baggett, CPT Richard N. Sinclair II, and CPT Vernon Humphrey
(72).
Korea: The Other DMZ, COL William R. Guthrie (M-A 70).
L21 Analysts Assist With Information Requests, Gregory Valrie and Robert A. Charles (M-J 2007,
pp. 45-46).
Land Warrior DOTMLPF and LUT Results, Major Douglas Copeland (M-J 2007, pp. 23-29).
Laser Simulation, MAJ John J. Theologies, USA (M-A 76, pp. 43-45).
Lasers on the Modern Battlefield, Michael R. Jacobson (N-D 94, pp. 15-16).
The Last Horizon, (M-J 73).
The Least You Can Do, CPT Geoffrey A. McCarron (M-A 69).
Lectric Learning, Mr. William F. Freeman (M-J 69).
The Life and Death of Lien Duong, MAJ Ronald W. Flemming (M-J 70).
Limited Visibility Technology, INFANTRY Staff (M-J 77, pp. 26-29).
The Logic of Failure, Gabriel G. Serbu (J-A 2006, pp. 48-50).
Making of a Hard Core, CPT Richard Kosevich (J-F 69).
Man and His Rifle, CPT Arnold J. Zirkle, USA (N-D 76, pp. 12-13).
Measuring Effectiveness, Captain Ren Angeles (J-A 2006, pp. 16-17).
Medal for Horatius, (M-A 72).
Medevac Needs Your Help, (CN), SP4 James Kamalick (J-F 70).
Merrills Marauders, LTC B. J. Sutton (N-D 69).
Mine Warfare Training, CPT Byron J. Williams (J-A 73).
The Modern U. S. Infantry, MAJ Robert G. Yeargan, USA, and CPT Adolf Carlson, USA (J-A 77, pp.
10-15).
Motorcycle Scouts, MAJ Frederick D. Ledfors and CPT Patrick J. OConnor (S-O 83, pp. 38-39).
Media on the Battlefield: A Nonlethal Fire. CPT David Connolly. (M-J 04, pp. 31-37).
MICV, Future Tool of the Trade for Mechanized Infantrymen, Jeff F. Cherry (M-A 72).

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Military Cultural Education COL Maxie McFarland (RET) (M-J 05, pp 40-45).
Mine Detection Moves Into Future, David Holbrook (N-D 2007, pp.47-48).
A Mortarmans Dream, MAJ Walter R. Fulton, LT Archibald J. Caldwell (M-J 69).
Most Retire at 30, LTC Larry S. Mickel and MAJ Robert W. Browning (J-A 71).
My Hardship Tour as R & R Officer in Hong Kong, MAJ Thomas H. Griffing (M-A 71).
NCOC, SGT Roger L. Ruhl (M-J 69).
Neighborhood War, Neighborhood Army, MAJ John M. Little (J-A 69).
New Firing Devices, CPT James Morris, USA (M-A 75, pp. 42-43).
New Look at FMs, MAJ John O. Turnage (N-D 73).
New Voice in the Valley, (CN), MAJ Rudolph W. Fromm (S-O 70).
Obstacles, MAJ James L. Campbell, USA (M-J 76, pp. 12-13).
On the Fields of Friendly Strife, BG J. C. Barney, Jr., (N-D 71).
One Light of Freedom, CPT William O. Brantley (M-A 70).
Operational Art at the Tactical Level: A Methodology for Center of Gravity Analysis and Identifying
Decisive Points for Brigades and Below, MAJ Dave Park (N-D 12, pp 39-42).
Operation Halleys Comet, (M-J 73).
Origin and Intent of TF Phantom, RSLC Cadre Working Group (J-F 2006, page 13).
The Paratrooper, James W. Ryan (N-D 66).
Personnel Recovery: Program Can Help Soldiers Prevent, Respond to Isolating Events, Wayne Heard
(S-O 2007, pp. 6-9).
The Platinum 10: 2d BCT, 101st Airborne Improves Medical Training to Save Lives, MAJ Craig W.
Bukowski (J-A 2006, pp. 11-15).
The Plot, MAJ James J. Lindsey (J-A 66).
Portable Photo Printers Can Aid Mission, Captain Thomas Anderson (J-A 2006, p. 3).
The Professionals, CPT James D. Blundell (J-A 68).
Project SHARE 90, INFANTRY Staff (S-O 90, pp. 34-36).
Quest for the GI Holy Grail, LTC Larry S. Mickel (M-J 72).
The Raid, CPT William R. Whittington (S-O 68).
Ranger First Responder and the Evolution of Tactical Combat Casualty Care Sergeant First Class
Cesar Veliz, Master Sergeant Harold Montgomery, Dr. (Lieutenant Colonel) Russ Kotwal (M-A
2010, pp. 47- 48).
Readership Survey, (M-A 74, pp. 63-64).
Rebirth, Charles Lotter (J-A 82, Poem, Back Cover).
Recognizing Negotiating Traits: A Junior Leaders Ability to Successfully Conduct KLEs, CPT Jason
Guffey and CPT Thomas Westphal (Jul-Sep 13, pp 9-12).
Reserve Componets Service, LTC Charles W. Lawrence (N-D 71).
Return of the Combat Support Company, MAJ Graham J. Avera (S-O 70).
Robotic Infantrymen, John Flados (S-O 83, pp. 7-8).
Rogers Rangers Standing Orders Revisited, LTC (Retired) Michael E. Reichard (J-A 2007, pp. 50-51).
Salute, LT Frank Justin (N-D 72).
A Salute to the Gold Bar, LTC Thomas J. Barham (M-J 88, Reprint, p. 3).
A Self-Fulfilling Prophesy, Lawrence R. Crane (N-D 72).
The Sentry, CPT James J. Waldeck (J-F 66).
The Seven Deadly Sins of PYSOP, Major Patrick McCarthy, Jr. (July 2009, pp. 16-17).
SGT Ben and Buddhas Mountain, MSG Bennie L. Fagan (N-D 71).
Shoulder Patches: Identification for the Future Brigades, Robert L. Gosciewski (S-O 04, pp 29-31).
Sir Guy Visits the Mash, LTC Gerald S. Rose (J-F 70).
So You Want To Be an Army Recruiter, MAJ C. J. Cavezza (S-O 72).
A Soldiers Orison, SFC Richard Raymond (S-O 82, Poem, Back Cover).
Soldiering in Sadr City, Arthur A. Durante (N-D 04, pp 41-44).
Soldier Power: A Growing Operational Concern, MAJ Steven P. Meredith and MAJ David Bergmann
(Jul-Sep 13, pp 5-8).
Some Remarkable Quotes, Charles Black (M-J 72).
Space Support to the Infantry, LTC Tim Mishkofski (July-December 97, pp. 17-18).
A Success Story: Engineer Master Gunner Initiative, SGM (Retired) Derek D. McCrea (Oct-Dec 13, p
42).

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Squad Leader, LTC George C. Wallace (J-A 73).


Tactical Personnel Recovery: Bridging the Gap Between TTPs and the Strategic PR Structure,MAJ
Nicholas Falcetto (M-J 2013, pp. 32-35.)
Tactics and Operations in the Mexican Drug War John P. Sullivan and Adam Elkus (S-O 2011, pp. 2024).
TF 1-15: An Infantry Task Force Goes to War, Arthur A. Durante (Winter 03, pp. 21-27).
Taking Command, A Soldier (S-O 84, Poem, Back Cover).
Task Force Phantom, Major Antonio L. Thompson (J-F 2006, p. 13).
Task Force Panther: 82nd Airborne Units Deploy to New Orleans, COL Bryan R. Owens and CPT
Robert B. Hamilton (N-D 05, pp 16-17).
Team Up for Fitness, Dave Clementz (S-O 72).
Time to Rename King, Queen of Battle? Captain George Midla (M-J 2006, p. 25).
Thats Soldiering, AcSM J. C. Lord, MVO, MBE (N-D 69).
Training to Counsel, (Pamphlet), USAIS (J-A 74).
A Transformed Force in Legacy Clothing, COL Blair Ross (Winter 03, pp. 8-10).
TRADOC Liaison Officers, MAJ Lee F. Duffy (J-F 89, pp. 9-10).
Tribute to a Company Commander, 1SG Kenyon K. Hartman (N-D 68).
Trust: A Decisive Point in COIN Operations, LTC Aaron A. Bazin (Jan-Mar 14, pp 38-42).
The Unknown Soldier, CPT James A. Booker (M-J 66).
The Urban Guerrilla of Carlos Marighella, CPT Shaun M. Darragh, PRNG (J-A 73).
The Vectored Thrust Platform, Richard E. Gile (J-F 72).
The Two Sides of COIN, SGT Michael Hanson (J-A 12,43-46)
Vietnam for the Record: A Review Essay, MAJ Richard J. Rinaldo (J-F 80, pp. 13-16).
Vietnam Update, LTC Richard L. Prillaman (M-J 69).
Warfighter Load, Survivability, and Shoot-and-Move Dynamics, Christopher Palmer (A-A 12, pp 2832).
Warrior Called Home A Tribute to CSM Basil L. Plumley, MAJ Jim Crane (N-D 12, 23-25).
What in the World is the Charlie Brown Mount? 1LT Lars Brown and SFC Nels Brown (M-A 2006, p.
5).
What Kind of Counselor are You? CPT Gerald T. Cecil (J-A 73).
When We Lose, We Win, COL John E. Strever, Jr. (M-A 70).
Winning the Final Battle, MAJ Charles F. Hyder (J-F 80, pp. 11-13).
With a Special Capital I, CPT Harold E. Raugh, Jr. (J-F 87, pp. 10-11).
XML: A Vehicle to Update Army Doctrine, Major Ricky A. Kinney (M-J 2006, pp. 6-8).

MISSION COMMAND
The Leadership Imperative: A Case Study in Mission Command, CPT Thomas E. Meyer (Jan-Mar 14,
pp 26-33).
Mission Command at the Tactical Level: Operation Deadstick, CPT W. Paul Hill (Jan-Mar 14, pp 2225).
Rally Point for Leaders: Building and Organizations Mission Command Culture, LTC Scott A. Shaw
(Oct-Dec 13, pp 20-25).

NUCLEAR, BIOLOGICAL, AND CHEMICAL


Chemical Company Support to Light Infantry with Non-Lethal Weapons, CPT Russell A. Flugel
(S-O 96, pp. 13-14).
Chemical Warfare, MAJ Michael D. Hess and CPT H.A. Russell III (J-A 88, pp. 38-40).
Dragon NBC Test, MAJ John L. Obert (M-A, pp. 38-39).
Facing a Chemical Threat, CPT James E. Smith (M-J 91, pp. 21-27).
Marksmanship with Chemical Protective Masks, Kevin L. Jamison, SWAP SHOP (M-A 91, p. 44).
The Medic on the Chemical Battlefield, LTC David E. Johnson (M-A 83, pp. 24-26).
NBC Calculator, LT Edward D. Lotterman (J-A 80, pp. 41-42).

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NBC training, LT Shawn R. Mell, SWAP SHOP (M-J 88, p. 44).


Operations in an NBC Environment, Roy D. Williams II (N-D 91, pp. 27-30).
Personnel Decontamination, LT Robert C. Neumann (S-O 83, pp. 9-10).
Radiation Candy, CPT Gideon Herrman (S-O 72).
Survival: Chemical Warfare, MAJ Jackson Windom (J-F 70).
Vietnam, Iraq and the Loss of Institutional Knowledge, LTC Charles Morrison (N-D 12, pp 16-18).

OPERATION ENDURING FREEDOM


An Ambush in Shigal District: Tactics and Tribal Dynamics in Kunar Province, CPT Michael Kolton
(Oct-Dec 13, pp 26-35).
An Introduction to Arab Culture: A Brief Synopsis for US Soldiers, Captain Ken Segelhorst (J-F, pp.
39-44).
Battalion Mortar Platoon Operations in Afghanistan, Sergeant First Class Jason Levy (July, pp. 23-32).
COIN Operations in Afghanistan, Captain Brad Israel (August-December, pp. 24-28).
Dispatches from a Combat Advisor, CPT Chris Lapinsky (N-D 12, pp 11-13).
Facilitating Success: Effectively Partnering with the Afghan Uniformed Police, 1LT Conor Kinkead (SO 12, pp 11-13).
Human Terrain Support for Current Operations, Captain Nathan K. Finney (March-June, pp. 4-6).
ITAS in OEF: Code Name Finger of God, Captain Josh Harrison (July, pp. 18-21).
The Purple Team: Aerial Counter-IED, Insurgent Interdiction, CPT Mat Kilgore and CPT Sean Stapler
(M-J 2013, pp. 11-13).
The Security Force Assistance Team: Selecting the Right Soldiers for the Job, 1LT Andrew George (N-D
12, pp 9-10).
Security Force Advise and Assist Teams: Team Shares Lessons Learned 1LT Andrei Doohovskoy and
MAJ Loreto Borce (Jul-Sep 13, pp 29-33).
SFATs in Southern Kandahar Province, CPT Thomas Angstadt (J-A 13, pp 11-14).
Smarter Patrolling: Dismounted Movement in Eastern Afghanistan, Captain Aaron W. Childers and
SFC David Banks (July, pp. 33-37).
Talk More Sustainment, Less Tactics with Afghan Forces, CPT Kyle Wolfley (Jan-Mar 14, pp 19-21).

OPERATION IRAQI FREEDOM


AGI in Southern Iraq, Captain William Harryman, Captain Mark Hayes and Major Rey Soliz (MarchJune, pp. 11-13).
Battle of Fallujah, Captain Daniel Kilgore (March-June, pp. 27-32).
COIN: On-the-job Learning for the New Platoon Leader, First Lieutenant Robert Baird (J-F, pp. 2532).
COIN Operations and the Rise and Fall of an Iraqi Warlord, Captain Frank A. Rodriguez (AugustDecember, pp. 36-41).
Creating Something from Nothing: A Dedicated Civil-Military Platoon at the Battalion Level, Captain
Sean P. Walsh (August-December, pp. 6-8).
An Insurgent Attack in Ramadi: Platoon Leader recounts Urban Engagement, Captain Edward Clark
III (March-June, pp. 33-36).
An Introduction to Arab Culture: A Brief Synopsis for US Soldiers, Captain Ken Segelhorst (J-F, pp.
39-44).
Janabi Village: Victory in an Al-Qaida Stronghold, Sergeant Jason G. George and Captain Michael H.
Starz (March-June, pp. 37-43).
Lessons from Operation New Dawn: Teaching Training Management and Critical Marksmanship Skills
to the IA, MAJ Marc S. Cichowicz (A-A 12, pp 44-46).
Manning, Training, Equipping a Company Battle Staff, Colonel Harry D. Tunnell IV, Lieutenant

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Colonel Burton Shields, Major Gerd Schroeder and Captain Christopher Molino (J-F, pp. 8-12).
The Revitalization of Samarra, Captain Erich Almonte (August-December, pp. 29-35).
The Seven Deadly Sins of PSYOP, Major Patrick McCarthy, Jr. (July, pp. 16-17).
Sunzi and OIF: The Targeting Process Relearned MAJ Shane Finn (J-M 2011, pp.16-18)
Thinking Beyond the First Mile: A Look at Interpreters on Combat Logistics Patrols, First Lieutenant
David E. Leiva and SGT J. Saad (March-June, pp. 7-10).

ORGANIZATION AND ADMINISTRATION


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The 1 Cavalry Division, MAJ Michael L. Lanning and LT Anthony W. Warren (M-A 80, pp 18-22).
5th Infantry Division (Mechanized), LTC Charles L. Wascom (M-J 79, pp. 14-19).
The 9th Infantry Division, 9th Infantry Division Staff (J-F 80, pp. 19-22).
24th Infantry Division, SP5 Jack Loudermilk (J-A 79, pp. 12-14).
72 Ways to Win Bigger, LTC Wayne A. Silkett (S-O 85, pp. 38-40).
82nd Airborne Division, (M-A 79, pp. 15-21).
Adverse Eliminations, MAJ McKenna S. Mahoney, USA (J-F 76, pp. 15-17).
AIDE-De Camp, CPT David Kiernan, and MAJ Phillip L. Blake (M-A 73).
The Airborne: A General Purpose Force, CPT John A. Ford, Jr., USA, in collaboration with COL
Robert M. Elton, USA (M-A 75, pp. 12-17).
Airborne Heavy Weapons Company: Peace Enforcement Operations in Bosnia, LTC R.D. Hooker, Jr.
and CPT John R. Lightner (May-August 98, pp. 35-38).
AIT Evaluation, CPT Joseph D. Jenckes, USA (S-O 77, pp. 34-37).
Alaskan Scout, CPT Walter E. Wright (M-J 82, pp. 15-16).
The Alternate Scout Platoon, LT William M. Connor, V (M-A 95, pp. 35-36).
Anatomy of a Career, TIPS Magazine Reprint (N-D 73).
ANGLICO, MAJ William R. Jones (M-J 82, pp. 9-10).
Antiarmor: What To Do With a Delta Company, CPT Michael P. Lerario (M-J 93, pp. 12-15).
Antitank/Heavy Weapons Platoon: Fire Support to Rifle Company Deliberate Attacks, LT John E.
Brennan (May-August 98, pp. 30-34).
The Antitank Section in Support of a Light Infantry Rifle Platoon, CPT Charles L. Hiter. (JanuaryApril 2000, pp. 15-16).
Arctic Airborne Mortars, SSG John E. Foley (S-O 82, pp. 15-16).
Are Infantry Officers Broad Enough to be Future Strategic Leaders? LTC Thomas Boccardi (A-M
2011, pp. 5-7).
Army Comptroller Program, LTG John M. Wright, Jr. (J-F 72).
An Assault CP in a Stryker BCT: Reorganizing the AT Company into a Fighting Formation Relevant to
Todays OE Major Sam Linn (M-A 2010, pp. 22-25).
The Battle Captain Log: Managing Information, CPT Robert D. Murphy (January-February 97,
pp. 13-15).
The Battalion Adjutant: A Perspective for the Commander, CPT Anthony J. Tata (J-A 87, pp. 16-18).
The Battalion Chaplain, LTC Cole C. Kingseed (J-A 91, pp. 14-16).
The Battalion Executive Officer, LTC Wolf D. Kutter (M-A 82, pp. 30-33).
The Battalion HHC Commander, COL Cole C. Kingseed (S-O 94, pp. 16-19).
The Battalion Maintenance Officer in Civilian Support Operations, CPT Kurt A. Schlichter (J-F 95,
pp. 17-19).
Battalion OE Team, LTC Douglas S. Thornblom (M-J 83, pp. 21-23).
The Battalion PA, LTC Cole C. Kingseed (N-D 91, pp. 6-8).
Battalion Personnel Warrant Officer, MAJ Lewis Higinbotham, USA (S-O 74, pp. 14-15).
The Battalion XO: Leader, Coordinator, Trainer, Logistician, COL Cole C. Kingseed (S-O 93,
pp. 16-19).
BCT 2020: Exploring Possible Future Organizational Designs, LTC (Retired) Robert W. Lamont,
USMC (A-A 12, 33-37).
The Best Bad Job, MAJ D. M. Harris, USA (J-A 74, pp. 56-57).
Best Job in the Army, LTC Terry C. Scott (S-O 73).

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A Better Measure, CPT John R. Bohannon, USA (J-F 77, pp. 14-16).
Bicycle Infantry: The Swiss Experience, CPT Kevin D. Stringer (S-O 94, pp. 10-12).
A Bilateral Staff, MAJ Walter E. Mather (J-F 82, pp. 11-12).
BIOCC Evaluation, Angelo Chieffo (S-O 77, pp. 24-25).
Bradley Platoon Organization, CPT Chester A. Kojro (M-A 87, pp. 16-18). (See correction in letter,
M-J 87, pp. 4-5.)
Bradley Platoon Reorganization, MG Michael F. Spigelmire, (J-F 90, COMMANDANTS NOTE,
pp. 1-2).
Brigade First Sergeant, SFC Paul H. Johnson (N-D 86, pp. 20-23).
Brigade S-1s PSS Matrix, MAJ Walter A. Schrepel (J-A 91, pp. 12-14).
Bring Back the Corporal, CPT Adolf Carlson, USA (M-J 74, pp. 9-10).
CAMBs: A Better Solution, CPT Matthew Moten (S-O 88, pp. 13-15).
The Case for a Unit Historian, LT Eric W. Stinebring (N-D 89, pp. 13-14).
CDID Ensures Soldiers Retain Dominance on Future Battlefields, Don Sando (J-A 2008, p. 3).
Change of Command Inventory, CPT Charles J. McKeever (J-F 90, pp. 17-20).
Cohesion, LTC Clark C. Brown (J-A 82, pp. 10-12).
COHORT Reenlistment, LTC Cole C. Kingseed (M-A 90, pp. 16-17).
The Combat Infantryman Badge, LTC Albert N. Garland (U.S. Army, Ret) (J-A 96, pp. 17-21).
The Combat S-1 in a Heavy Task Force, CPT Bradley T. Gericke (J-F 94, pp. 16-18).
Combat Support Company Commander, CPT Bruce T. Caine, USA (J-F 75, pp. 28-33).
The Combined Arms Battalion as an Air Assault Task Force, LTC Jack Marr, MAJ John Cushing, CPT
Josh Powers and CPT Rich Thompson (J-A 2008, pp. 15-20).
Command and Staff College Selection Board, COL Cole C. Kingseed (J-F 96, pp. 16-18).
The Commander-Attorney Relationship, MAJ Danford F. Carroll and CPT Rita R. Carroll (S-O 82,
pp. 27-300).
The Commander and the Defense Counsel, CPT Stephen J. Kaczynski (N-D 83, pp. 23-27).
Commanding a Light Infantry Headquarters Company, CPT Christopher M. Holden (M-J 92,
pp. 23-27).
Company Family Support Groups As Combat Multipliers, CPT Edward A. Sbrocco (M-J 93, pp. 8-9).
Company Level Personnel Managers: Junior Officers, LTC James R. Bambery (M-J 72).
Company Property Accountability: The Pillars of Success, LT Chadwick W. Storlie and CPT Michael
J. Lentz (N-D 93, pp. 26-31).
A Company Tactical SOP, CPT Thomas J. Goss, SWAP SHOP (M-J 95, p. 46).
The Company XO, CPT Harold E. Raugh, Jr. (S-O 83, pp. 10-11).
The Company XO, CPT Richard D. Hill (S-O 89, pp. 18-20).
The Company XO: A Commanders Letter of Welcome, CPT Brian D. Barham (N-D 92, pp. 18-19).
The Computers Are Coming, COL Fletcher K. Ware (M-J 79, pp. 31-34).
A Conceptual Model Employing a Floating Grade Structure, MAJ Richard P. Diehl, USA (M-J 74, pp.
8-9).
The Cooks Worksheet: A Commanders Tool, Naomi Payne (M-J 84, pp. 36-37).
COOP: Commanders Organization Orientation Program, CPT Mark W. McLaughlin (N-D 89,
pp. 14-26).
Counter-Reconnaissance Company, CPT Robert R. Leonhard (J-F 88, pp. 23-26).
CPX Planning for a Battalion Staff, CPT Anthony R. Garrett (M-A 88, pp. 30-31).
Creating Something from Nothing: A Dedicated Civil-Military Platoon at the Battalion Level, Captain
Sean P. Walsh (August-December 2009, pp. 6-8).
Cross-Attachment Coordination, CPT Josef R. Hallatschek, SWAP SHOP (S-O 91, p. 22).
A Cycle of Victory: Manning System Contributes to Spartan Success in Afghanistan CSM James
Redmore (M-A 2007, pp. 8-11).
The Delta Company: One Commanders Observations, CPT Michael R. Lwin (N-D 96, pp. 20-21).
Deploying the Force, CPT Joseph Claburn (S-O 04, pp 44-50).
Diversity in the Infantry Officer Corps: Our Responsibility, LTC Eric Lopez (A-A 12, 7-9).
A Dynamic Business, Robert J. ONeil (M-A 76, pp. 38-42). (Battalion reorganization.)
Echo Company: A Vital Player, Directorate of Combat Developments, U.S. Army Infantry School
(S-O 91, pp. 13-14).
Echo Company in a Heavy Task Force, CPT Edward G. Gibbons, Jr. (J-F 92, pp. 28-34).

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EDRE Flow Chart, MAJ Gregory C. Camp (J-A 80, pp. 35-37).
EER Time, CPT Harold L. Johnson, USA (M-J 76, p. 15).
Effective Use of the Platoon FO in Humanitarian Assistance Operations 1LT Jarod Taylor (N-D 2010,
13-16)
Eight Steps to Creating Quality Presentation Slides, SFC Mark D. Kauder (J-A 95, pp. 18-19).
Eight Years Later, Robert J. ONeil (Two Views on the Rifle Squad, M-J 80, pp. 20-21).
Energy Equals Strategic Power, LTC Emmet Willard, USA (M-J 74, pp. 22-24).
Engineers and Infantry, COL Gerald C. Brown (J-A 82, pp. 12-14).
Enhanced Land Warrior Program, CPT Mark A. Conley (M-A 94, pp. 20-22).
Enlisted Promotion System, Decentralized System, CSM Gerald R. Lewis; Centralized System, LTC
William J. Monyhan (J-A 69).
EPMS, COL William L. Hauser, USA (J-F 74, pp. 26-28).
Establishing and Using the Brigade Reconnaissance Troop, CPT Ross F. Lightsey (January-April 2000,
pp. 10-14).
Evaluating Potential, MAJ Richard Davis, USA, and MAJ Martin Hammer, USA (M-J 74, pp. 25-27).
Evaluation Overview, COL Ronald Rabin, USA (S-O 77, pp. 14-16).
Evaluation Reports: Whom Do We Really Reward? MAJ Jose M. Marrero J-F 93, pp. 8-9).
Evaluation Tools, LT Preston A. Spears, USA (S-O 77, pp. 21-23).
Evaluation Update, COL Richard H. Morton (M-A 79, pp. 22-25).
FDC Skills, Charles Harvey (S-O 82, pp. 38-39).
The Field OrderFAST, MAJ James A. Dunn, Jr. (S-O 86, pp. 23-28).
The Fine Art of Delegation, LTC Dennis J. Gillem (J-F 86, p. 20).
First Sergeant Duty, MSG Bertram F. Vaughan (September-December 2000, pp. 12-13).
Force XXI Concept Tested: The Forward Support Company, MAJ Carl D. Grunow (SeptemberDecember 98, pp. 11-13).
Forced Entry and the Contingency Force, MG Carl F. Ernst (July-December 97, pp. 1-2).
A Framework for SOPs, CPT Randall A. Soboul (J-A 92, pp. 12-13).
Functions and Capabilities, CPT Arthur M. Harris (M-J 66).
The Future of the Infantry, Office of Infantry Force Management, USAIS S-O 82, pp. 19-21).
Getting Promoted: Advice for Officers, COL Richard L. Strube (J-A 94, pp. 16-18).
Getting Promoted: Advice for Staff Sergeants, LTC Timothy A. Scully (J-A 94, pp. 18-20).
Giving Credit, LTC Richard J. Morgan, Jr. (N-D 79, pp. 7-9).
Guard Your Time, MAJ Gary D. Maynard (J-A 82, p. 15).
A Guide for Future Action Officers, LTC Joseph C. Wilson (M-J 72).
A Guide For the Light Infantry Company XO, LT Chadwick W. Storlie (J-F 94, pp. 32-39).
Hand-Receipt Procedures, CPT Harold D. Baker, Jr. (N-D 96, pp. 41-44).
Hands on Everything: Company XOs in Iraq, Captain Brent Dial (M-A 2006, pp. 13-14).
The Hasty Air Assault Special Staff Officer, LT Matthew C. Densmore (September-December 2000,
pp. 13-14).
The Headquarters Commandant, CPT Kim Stenson (M-J 83, pp. 10-13).
Heavy Infantry: Lets Revive Its Lethality, LTC Anthony A. Cucolo and MAJ Dale S. Ringler
(September-December 98, pp. 7-10).
Heavy-Light Forces: Assessing the Challenge, James B. Motley (J-F 85, pp. 13-14).
Heavy-Light Forces and the NATO Mission, LTG John R. Galvin (J-A 84, pp. 10-14).
Heavy-Light Forces: Divisions or Brigades? LTC Clayton R. Newell (J-F 85, pp. 12-13).
Heavy Mortar Platoon: Stepchild or Hip-Pocket Artillery? CPT Terry L. Duran (M-J 87, pp. 18-20).
Heavy Task Force Medical Platoon: Maintaining Momentum in Offensive Operations, LT Mark A.
Chatterji (J-A 93, pp. 10-12).
Help! We Need Indians, LTC Francis L. Kiley (J-A 66).
Here Come the Judge, CPT Jon E. Jones (M-J 69).
The HHC Commander, CPT Walter J. Sutterlin (M-J 83, pp. 9-10).
HHC Executive Officer, CPT Samuel J. Padgett, Jr. (N-D 85, pp. 15-16).
IET Company XO, LT Richard M. Wright (N-D 88, pp. 9-11).
Improving the Division LRSU, MAJ Thomas M. Jordan (J-F 90, pp. 11-12).
In Front of Them All, MAJ Karl W. Eikenberry (N-D 86, pp. 12-14).
Infantry: A Prevailing Theme, LT Peter W. Harris (J-A 82, pp. 16-20).

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The Infantry Board, Billy A. Arthur (J-A 79, pp. 30-33).


Infantry Division (Light), INFANTRY Staff (M-A 84, pp. 14-16).
The Infantry Division (Light), MG James J. Lindsay (J-F 84, COMMANDANTS NOTE, p. 2).
Infantry Force XXIFacing the Challenge, MG John W. Hendrix, COMMANDANTS NOTE (J-F 95,
pp. 1-2).
The Infantry Spectrum: Crossing from Light to Mech, CPT Thomas E. Fish (J-F 90, pp. 39-41).
The Infantry SquadHow Much is Enough? MG Carl F. Ernst, Commandants Note
(January-February 97, pp. 1-2).
Infantrys Top Gun, COL David H. Hackworth (J-A 90, pp. 10-12).
Initial Skill Trainer MOS, MAJ Joseph E. Perkins (N-D 84, pp. 15-16). Integrated TOC, LTC James
D. Crabbe (J-F 89, pp. 37-39).
Interoperability: A Little View, CPT Richard S. Gourley (M-J 80, pp. 15-17).
Interview: The Reshaping of an Army, General Frederick M. Franks, Jr. (M-J 92, pp. 9-13). Interview
conducted by LTC Colin K. Dunn.
Investing in the Future, CSM H. L. Parker (J-F 79, pp. 29-33).
IOAC Assignments, CPT John J. Jaccard (M-J 79, pp. 12-13).
IOBC Evaluation, CPT Sammie Simmons, USA (S-O 77, pp. 26-29).
The Javelin and BFV Infantry: What is Really Important? LTC Martin N. Stanton (January-April 98,
pp. 10-12).
Justice and the Jury, MAJ Lawrence J. Sandell, USA (N-D 77, pp. 14-15).
Keep It Light, MAJ John P. Gritz (J-A 82, pp. 6-7).
Keep It Small, Douglas K. Lehmann (Two Views on the Rifle Squad, M-J 80, p. 19).
Key Leader Task Organization: Divide and Conquer LTC Thomas Mackey (June-August 2011, pp. 1718).
Lethality and Flexibility: Fighting the 4+3x9 Bradley Platoon, CPT Kevin P. Wolfa and LT David
Kirkland (May-August 2000, pp. 9-11).
Lets Reorganize our BFV Companies, MAJ Steve E. Landis (July-December 97, pp. 19-22).
Lets Reorganize the Light Infantry Division, LTC Martin N. Stanton (M-J 96, pp. 16-19).
Lets Specialize Our Forces, CPT Harold R. Van Gorden (S-O 73).
Light Infantry, MAJ David G. Bradford, USAF (J-A 86, pp. 22-28).
The Light Infantry Chaplain, Chaplain (MAJ) Kenneth L. Sampson (S-O 92, pp. 2-14).
Light Infantry in Perspective, Steven L. Canby (J-A 84, pp. 28-31).
Light Infantry Snipers: Lets Standardize Personnel and Equipment, LT Kevin P. Dragnett (J-F 93,
pp. 5-7).
Light Infantry TOW Platoon, LT Allen L. Tiffany (N-D 88, pp. 11-14).
Light Infantry Weapons Platoon, LTC Martin N. Stanton (J-A 95, pp. 16-18).
Light Infantry Weapons Squads, CPT William E. Harner (J-A 86, pp. 36-38).
Light Infantry Weapons Squads, CPT Robert Thornton (May-August 2000, pp. 11-13).
Lightening the Load on the Commander, LTC Michael J. Bayer (N-D 87, p. 22).
Light Support Platoon, CPT William J. Godbout (J-A 89, pp. 44-45).
LNOing, Allen L. Tiffany (N-D 90, pp. 11-13).
Long Range Planning: A Different Perspective, CPT Paul C. Zimmerman (M-A 92, pp. 35-38).
Managing Functional Areas, MAJ Gary W. Anderson (N-D 85, pp. 12-13).
Mechanized InfantryA Blueprint for Modernization, MG Jerry A. White, N-D 92,
COMMANDANTS NOTE, pp. 1-2).
Mechanized Infantry Snipers, CPT Trevor W. Shaw (J-F 93, pp. 18-23).
Mechanized Scout, LT Barton L. Pearl, USA (M-A 77, pp. 47-48).
Military Justice Notes, MAJ Michael M. Downes, USA (N-D 74, pp. 13-14).
Military Justice Notes, CPT Herbert D. Williams, III, USA (N-D 75, pp. 14-17).
Mobile Obstacle Detachment, MAJ Roger J. Somerville (M-J 88, pp. 39-40).
MobilityThe Political Imperative, LTC Willard E. Chambers (J-F 66).
Monthly Counseling Technique, LT Mark D. Butler and SFC Richard A. Beal (S-O 91, p. 47).
More on Infantry, COL Huba Wass de Czege (S-O 86, pp. 13-15).
Mortar Company, LTC Harry Z. Kageleiry, USA (S-O 77, pp. 9-10).
Motorized at the NTC, LTC Steven D. Vermillion (M-A 89, pp. 11-14).

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Mountain Infantry Company Winter Raid, CPT James D. Campbell (September-December 98, pp. 3944).
The Need for a Stryker Master Trainer in the SBCT, SFC Michael Hertig and MAJ Mark S. Leslie, (ND 2006, pp. 6-9).
A Neglected Skill, CPT Derek Harvey (N-D 82, p. 8-9).
The New Battalion CSM, CSM Othel Terrell, Jr. (M-J 88, pp. 16-18).
The New Executive Officer: Management by Objective, LT Patrick M. Walsh (S-O 94, pp. 19-21).
A New Look at the Infantry C ompany, CSM Jack P. Harwick and SMA Julius W. Gates (N-D 04, pp
35-37).
New Infantry SQT Program, Edson B. Harrington (N-D 89, pp. 32-33).
New Oers Explained, USAIS Personnel Committee (J-F 73).
Not Just Beans and Bullets AnymoreThe New Role of the Infantry Platoon Sergeant, Sergeant First
Class James R. Kelley (J-F 2009, page 13-14).
NTC, CPT Orrin R. Robbins, Jr. (N-D 79, pp. 37-38).
An NTC Lesson: The Light Infantry Battalion 2IC, MAJ Alan J. Rock (J-F 87, pp. 15-17).
Observations on Mechanized Infantry, SFC John E. Foley (J-A 86, pp. 29-33).
Observations on the IBCT/and the FBCB2, CPT Jeffrey A. Saeli (May-August 2000, pp. 27-31).
The OER, MAJ David Shoemaker, USA (J-F 77, pp. 12-14).
Of Tribes and Regiments, MAJ Alexander M. S. McColl, USAR (S-O 74, pp. 20-21).
Officer Evaluation: How Well Does the System Work? CPT Thomas M. Jordan (M-A 88, pp. 16-17).
Officer Promotion System, LTC John O. Childs (J-F 69).
Old Guard, CPT Timothy A. Scully (N-D 79, pp. 6-7).
On Being a Staff Officer, MAJ Frederick Zilian, Jr. (S-O 83, pp. 16-19).
OPMS: Foreign Area Officer, MAJ Joseph M. Lukitsch, USA (M-J 74, pp. 28-31).
OPMS: Information Officer, LTC Paul B. Parham, USA (J-F 74, pp. 42-44).
OPMS: Logistics Officer, MAJ Richard D. Koon, USA (M-A 74, pp. 48-52).
OPMS: OR/SA, MAJ Patrick A. Bowman, USA (M-A 75, pp. 32-39).
OPMS: Personnel Management, MAJ Donald W. Sawtelle, USA (S-O 74, pp. 22-24).
OPMS: Research and Development, MAJ Vernelle T. Smith, USA (N-D 74, pp. 32-35).
OPMS IIDeath of the Generalist, LTC Raymond E. Funderburk (J-F 73).
OPMS Specialty: Comptroller, LTC Raymond E. Funderburk, (S-O 73).
Organic Air Defense For a Light Infantry Company, CPT Michael I. Parietti (S-O 89, pp. 38-40).
ORSA: Operations Research Systems Analysts help Develop Solutions MAJ Sam Sok (S-O, 2011 p.49)
Our Infantry Heritage, MAJ Dwight B. Dickson, Jr. (M-A 85, pp. 18-21).
The Paper War, CPT Peter J. McGregor, USA (N-D 74, pp. 15-16).
Personal Actions, LTC Daniel G. Sharp (J-F 68).
Personnel Inventory, MAJ Joseph A. Verrett (N-D 82, pp. 36-37).
Physical Disability Review System: Taking Care of Your Soldiers, CPT M. Nicholas Coppola (M-A 94,
pp. 44-46).
A Piece of Land, MAJ Clinton E. Granger (J-F 66).
Pinpoint, MAJ R. William Highlander, USA (J-F 74, p. 51).
The Platoon Sergeant, LTC Cole C. Kingseed (J-A 93, pp. 8-10).
The Platoon Team, CPT Joseph K. Miller (J-F 86, pp. 14-16).
The Platoon Team, CPT John R. Sutherland, III (J-A 94, pp. 9-12).
Poor Procurement Procedures, Paul Springer (J-F 76, pp. 17-18).
Professional Development, LTC Bob Ord and MAJ Donald T. Murphy (N-D 79, pp. 13-16).
Professional Development, CSM Roy C. Owens (M-J 83, pp. 15-17).
Project LITE, Robert J. ONeil (J-A 77, pp. 24-27). (Light Infantry Test and Evaluation.)
Promotion Board Tips, LTC John M. Mitchell (S-O 92, pp. 43-46).
Property Accountability for the New Company Commander, CPT Robert F. Milani (S-O 91, pp. 16-18).
PSNCO, MAJ George M. Heckman (M-J 73).
PSYOP Units: How to Use Them, LT Peter D. Flamming (N-D 88, pp. 15-16).
The Purple Heart, MAJ Bruce E. Wilson (S-O 68).
The Ranger Training Brigade, LTC Robert J. Hoffman (M-A 89, pp. 25-28).
Rangers and Recon Marines, CAPT Walter E. McTernan III (M-J 82, pp. 20-22).
Rear Detachment Commander, MAJ Timothy J. Leyes (M-A 92, pp. 9-11).

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Recruiting: A Dual Specialty, CPT David P. Miner (J-F 84, pp. 15-16).
Regimental System, CPT Gustav Person (M-A 82, pp. 14-15).
The Regimental System, MAJ John A. Hamilton (J-F 87, pp. 20-24).
Reorganization of the Mechanized Infantry Battalion, COL John A. Hemphill, USA (S-O 75, pp. 18-27).
Reorganize Platoon, LTC Ralph A. Hallenbeck (N-D 83, pp. 10-12).
Reorganizing, BG Wayne A. Downing (M-A 86, pp. 22-26).
Resources Management, MAJ Anthony T. Reed, USA (M-J 75, pp. 13-15).
A Review of the Future Infantry Force, MG Jerry A. White, COMMANDANTS NOTE (M-J 94,
pp. 1-2).
Rule for Court-Martial 306: A Commanders Road Map, CPT Kenneth J. Tozzi (M-J 93, pp. 6-8).
The S-3 Air: More than an Airspace Coordinator, LT John R. Rosenfeld (N-D 93, pp. 13-14).
Security of the Force: A Commanders Call, CPT Bruce H. Irwin (J-F 93, pp. 41-43).
Selective Retention, Infantry Branch (N-D 66).
Shortcomings in New TOE, LT Terry L. Duran (M-A 86, pp. 38-41).
Snipers: A Neglected Combat Multiplier, CPT Philip K. Abbott (N-D 91, pp. 35-36).
Soldier Education, INFANTRY Staff (J-A 74, pp. 26-28).
Soldier as a System: Program Ensures Soldier Modernization, CSM (R) David J. Liberstat (S-O 04, pp
13-15).
Soldiers with P3 Profiles: Fit or UnfitWho Decides? MAJ Stephen G. Duckworth (J-F 96, pp. 8-9).
SOPs That Work, CPT Peter G. Williams (N-D 84, pp. 37-38).
Special Career Programs Under OPMS, LTC Raymond E. Funderburk (S-O 73).
The Staff Officer and Doctrine of Completed Work, MG Elias C. Townsend (J-A 73).
Standardization, MG John W. Foss (N-D 84, COMMANDANTS NOTE, p. 6).
Standardizing Our Units, MG Kenneth C. Leuer (S-O 88, COMMANDANTS NOTE, pp. 1-2).
The Support Platoon Leader in a Light Infantry Battalion, CPT Jimmy M. Bradford (J-A 95, pp. 14-16).
Task Organize Light AT Company for Light Cavalry Missions, CPT O. Kent Strader (SeptemberDecember 98, pp. 37-39).
Team Eagle, CPT Mark J. Perry and LT Marc A. Sierra (N-D 89, pp. 11-13).
Team Spirit 88: Light Divisions, Heavy Challenges, LTC Cole C. Kingseed (M-J 89, pp. 35-36).
Testing for Accuracy, LTC John C. Wilkinson, USA (M-J 76, pp. 14-15).
Thinking About Light Infantry, LTC J.A. English, Canadian Army (N-D 84, pp. 19-25).
The Third Army: Past and Present, CPT Danny M. Johnson (M-A 83, pp. 7-9).
Thoughts for New Sergeants, Roy C. Owens, (M-J 88, pp. 18-19).
Thoughts on Being a Battalion S-3, CPT Walter E. Ulmer III (J-F 90, pp. 26-31).
Thoughts on Medium or Motorized Forces, LTC Thomas R. Rozman (J-F 91, pp. 22-26).
Three Kinds of Infantry, COL Huba Wass de Czege (J-A 85, pp. 11-13).
Time Management Model, LTC John W. Wild (M-A 87, pp. 14-16).
The TOC in Combat, 1SG Derek McCrea (J-F04, pp 24-27)
To the New Mortar Platoon Leader, LT Douglas A. Ollivant (S-O 93, pp. 9-12).
To the New XO at Any Level: Some Practical, Hard-Learned Advice, LTC Robert G. Boyko (M-A 94,
pp. 17-20).
Tomorrows Infantry, MG Carmen J. Cavezza (J-A 90, COMMANDANTS NOTE, pp. 1-2).
TRADOC Liaison Officers, MAJ Lee F. Duffy (J-F 89, pp. 9-10).
Training and Administration, CPT Mark D. Rocke (J-A 85, pp. 25-28).
Twenty Guides for Clear and Forceful Writing, MAJ Paul C. Hutton, III (S-O 72).
UN Command Security Battalion Joint Security Area, CPT Keith A. McKinley
(September-December 99, pp. 14-16).
Understrength Platoon, LT Michael S. Hackney (N-D 82, pp. 10-11).
Unit Histories: A Guide to the Agencies That Can Help, MAJ Glenn W. Davis (J-F 87, pp. 13-14).
U. S. Court of Military Appeals, CPT Abbott B. Waldon (M-A 73).
Visiting MILPERCEN, LTC Daniel M. Shamanski (N-D 83, pp. 6-7).
The Walking Infantry Battalion, MAJ John T. Quinn (M-A 66).
Why Do We Retain Nerly Arrived Junior Officers? CPT Donald M. Mil (J-A 73).
The XO as 2IC in a Light Infantry Company, CPT William B. Crews (J-A 87, pp. 38-39).

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ROTC, USAR, AND NATIONAL GUARD


48 Hours: Fighting the Reserve Component Battle, CPT German J. Velez (N-D 89, pp. 16-17).
Affiliation, CPT George W. Olney (S-O 79, pp. 24-26).
Army National Guard OCS, LTC Duncan M. Thompson (J-A 86, pp. 11-13).
BOLD SHIFT: Strength in Reserve, MG Jerry A. White, (S-O 92, COMMANDANTS NOTE, pp. 1-2).
Chess and Poker: Intelligence Drives Operations, CPT Brandon Anderson (J-A 2008, pp. 21-23).
Crossed Rifles, MAJ David C. Johnson, USA (J-F 75, pp. 15-17).
Extended FTX for RC Units, CPT Tony N. Wingo (M-J 85, pp. 42-43).
FTX Matrix, MAJ Walter M. Ozawa (J-A 80, pp. 19-21).
Improving Reserve Component Training, COL Daniel Gans, USAR, Retired, and COL Richard E.
Moakley, USAR (J-F 80, pp. 26-31).
The JANUS CPX: One Battalions Solution, MAJ Rex E. Jessup, CPT Timothy J. Kelly, and CSM Jack
C. Keefer (N-D 96, pp. 38-41).
JRTC Reflections of an Enhanced Brigade Commander, BG Frederick J. Raymond (July-December 97,
pp. 35-38).
Know Your Beat: National Guard Unit Conducts Long Range Surveillance in Iraq, CPT Mike Manning
(J-F 2006, pp. 14-19).
Maneuver Commands, MAJ William L. Howard, USAR (N-D 80, pp. 38-39).
Mountain Infantry Company Winter Raid, CPT James D. Campbell (September-December 98, pp. 3944).
NG Company Takes Fight to Enemy in Insurgent Stronghold 2LT Aaron Flint (J-A 2006, pp.5-7).
The NTC: A Reserve Component View, MAJ Howard L. Horton (J-A 90, pp. 14-16).
POI for ROTC? MSG Fred. E. Kirtchen (S-O 79, pp. 18-19).
The PRO-Train Concept: Better Training for the Total Army, CPT Ron Kinser (M-A 95, pp. 40-42).
SHOCK, MAJ John J. Asta (S-O 80, pp. 42-43).
Staff Management, MAJ Anthony T. Reed, USAR (J-F 77, pp. 16-18).
RC Exchange Program, CPT George B. Huff, Jr. (S-O 84, pp. 8-10).
Readiness in the Reserves: Active Component Support to RC Training, LTC Robert W. Brown
(M-J 95, pp. 43-46).
Reorienting Training Support: GWOT and NG Post-mobilization Training, LTC Sean M. Callahan and
CPT Karl F. Ledebuhr (S-O 05, pp. 42-46).
Reserve Component Mobilization: Rear Detachment S1 and S4 SRPS Important CPT Benjamin
Buchholz (M-J 05, pp 18-20).
Reserve Component Mobilization: Lessons Learned from Mob Center Shelby, CPT Benjamin Buchholz,
( S-O 05 pp. 47-49).
ROTC Assignment, CPT(P) Renard H. Marable (J-A 80, pp. 13-15).
ROTC Duty and the NCO, SGM Virgil R. Greene, USA (J-A 74, p. 11).
ROTC Rangers, LTC Karl V. Hurdle and MAJ Clayton A. Pratt (N-D 71).
The Three-by-One Concept: Getting More Out of National Guard Training, COL Michael A. Hodge
and LTC Jeffrey C. McMann (May-August 98, pp. 43-45).
Training Training, CPT Stephen Rasmussen, USA (J-F 77, pp. 40-42).
Training With the National Guard, LT Todd Cooper and LT David McCloskey (M-A 96, pp. 47-48).
The Warrior Spirit in the Reserve Components, LTC Duncan M. Thompson (J-F 89, pp. 16-17).

SIMULATIONS AND ROBOTICS


Battle Simulation, CPT William J. Higgins III (M-J 79, pp. 28-30).
Battle Simulations, CPT Craig A. Triscari (J-A 96, pp. 43-44).
The Case for Robots in the SBCTs (Now) CPT Robert L. Thornton Jr. (J-F 05, pp 33-41)
CAMMS, LTC William L. Howard (J-A 82, pp. 37-38).
Can SeeCan Hit, MAJ Dan Johnson (J-A 79, pp. 38-40).
Combined Arms Simulations Center, Marie B. Edgerton (N-D 79, pp. 20-23).
The Instrumented Battlefield, Kenneth G. Richards (M-A 80, pp. 33-35).

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The JANUS CPX: One Battalions Solution, MAJ Rex E. Jessup, CPT Timothy J. Kelly, and CSM Jack
C. Keefer (N-D 96, pp. 38-41).
MBL Evaluates Emerging Technologies, MAJ James B. Collins (A-A 12, pp 4-6).
MILES, MAJ Donald D. Loftis (J-F 80, pp. 42-44).
MILES Game Equals Training, LTC John M. LeMoyne, CPT Mark Van Drie, and SFC Larry M.
Sluder, Jr. (J-F 85, p. 39-41).
PEGASUS, MAJ Patrick T. Murphy (J-A 80, pp. 34-35).
Remote Control APC, (CN), CPT Albert R. Amos, Jr. (J-A 70).
Robotic Infantrymen, John Flados (S-O 83, pp. 7-8).
Simulations: A Brief History, Earl S. Stein and John L. Kobrick (J-F 85, pp. 28-31).
Simulations: Picking the Right Tool for Training, CPT Edward R. Stoltenberg (N-D 12, pp 47-48).
SWAT, Billy A. Arthur (N-D 80, pp. 43-44).
Virtual Simulations and Infantry Training. MAJ Wilfred Rodriguez Jr. (Fall 03, pp. 21-25).

TACTICS AND TECHNIQUES


14 Proverbs Gleaned from a Damp Foxhole, Charles Black (J-F 88, PAST TIMES, pp. 42-46).
300 Pounds of Nails, CPT Joe L. Zimmers (J-A 66).
The Accelerated Task Force Decision Making Process, CPT Norbert B. Jocz (N-D 96, pp. 33-36).
Achieving Unity of Purpose: Cascading and Nesting Concepts, MaJ James C. Larsen (SeptemberDecember 98, pp. 26-30).
The Active Defense, MG William J. Livsey (J-A 79, pp. 20-22).
Advance to the Rear, MAJ Barry F. Graham (J-F 70).
AEMAA, CPT M. L. Caughey (J-A 72).
Airland Battle: Implications for the Infantry, LTC Jerry M. Sollinger (M-A 82, pp. 22-25).
Airmobile Operations for Mechanized Infantry Units, CPT Mark W. McLaughlin (J-A 89, pp. 40-42).
Alaskas Husky Brigade, LTC Robert L. Bechdolt, Jr., (N-D 71).
The Ambush, BG Wayne A. Downing and CSM George D. Conrad (J-F 86, pp. 21-26).
Ambush: We Can Do Better, COL John W. McEnery (N-D 70).
Amphibious Mission, Capt. Dennis R. Blankenship, USMC, and Capt. Ross Brown, USMC (M-J 76, pp.
31-35).
Another Look at Phase Lines, CPT David G. Tatman (S-O 89, pp. 15-16).
Antiarmor Fire Distribution, LT David E. Johnson (M-J 87, pp. 41-43).
Antiarmor Tactics in a Built-Up Area, CPT James O. Younts (J-F 73).
Antitank Defense: A Centralized Approach, CPT Richard D. Shepherd (M-A 73).
Antitank Doctrine, MAJ Robert A. Doughty, USA, and MAJ L. D. Holder, USA (M-A 76, pp. 16-20).
Antitank/Heavy Weapons Platoon: Fire Support to Rifle Company Deliberate Attacks, LT John E.
Brennan (May-August 98, pp. 30-34).
Antitank Tactics, CPT Bruce T. Caine (J-A 73).
The Arab Perspective of the 2006 Israeli War with Hezbollah: The Egyptian Strategic Research Center
al-Ahram Annual Strategic Report, LCDR Youssef Aboul-Enein, USN (M-A 2008, pp. 11-15).
The Archipelago Defense, MAJ L. Wayne Kleinstiver, USA (M-A 74, pp. 26-32).
Area Reconnaissance Techniques, CPT Kevin J. Dougherty (M-J 93, pp. 10-12).
Armor-Light Operations: Light Infantry Against a Heavy Force, LTC Stephen W. Gardner and CPT
James H. Johnson (M-J 95, pp. 12-13).
Armor and Mechanized Infantry Operations in Restrictive Terrain at JRTC. MAJ Richard R. Rouleau.
(Fall 03, pp. 43-44).
Armor in Vietnam, CPT Owen T. Ditchfield (S-O 68).
Armored Vehicle Defense against RPGs Vietnam, William T. Vossler (Winter 03, pp. 28-29).
The Art and Science of Constructive Simulations in the Classroom, LTC (Retired) George Hodge (S-O
12, pp 31-34).
Assault by Air, MAJ Garold L. Tippin (N-D 68).
Assault of Enemy Positions, MAJ Joseph F. Paone (S-O 70).
Assault Fire, MAJ Lawrence K. Tudhope, LTC Mark E. Jones, COL Henry E. Kelly (Ret), 1LT
Nicholas J. Harding (J-A 69).

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At the Breach: Task Force Combat Health Support, CPT Phillip L. Hockings (January-February 97,
pp. 18-19).
Attack of a Desert Strongpoint, CPT Wayne J. Sabo and CPT Edwin L. Kennedy, Jr. (J-A 82,
pp. 25-29).
Attack of a Fortified Position, CPT Robert G. Boyko (M-A 80, pp. 39-41).
Attack of a Fortified Position, MAJ George D. Livingston, Jr. (S-O 69).
Auftragstaktik, CPT Frank A. Kerkemeyer (N-D 87, pp. 28-30).
Auftragstaktik: Its Origin and Development, LTC John L. Silva (S-O 89, pp. 6-9).
Auftragstaktik: Thoughts of a German Officer, LTC Knut Czeslik (J-F 91, pp. 10-11).
Baptism by Fire One LTCs Conversion to Digital Battle Command. LTC John Charlton. (Fall 03, pp.
30-32).
A Bargain Basement Alternative to the McNamara Line: Automatic Ambush, LTC Grail L. Brookshire
(J-A 72).
The Basics Keep You Alive. 1SG Jason Silsby (Summer 02, pp. 45-46).
Battalion Counterreconnaissance: Flooding the Zone at the NTC, CPT Bradley R. Royle and CPT
Richard G. Hobson (J-F 96, pp. 42-44).
Battalion MDMP in a Time-Constrained Environment. LTC Jeffrey Buchanan, MAJ Jim Larsen, MAJ
Todd Wood. (Fall 03, pp. 44-46).
The Battalion TACSOP: A New Approach, LTC Frank R. Carlini (January-February 97, pp. 47-49).
A Battle Book for the BFV Platoon Leader, LT Robert L. Dunaway (J-A 87, pp. 12-13).
A Battle Book for the Company XO, CT Thomas D. Dinackus (J-A 87, pp. 14-16).
The Battle for the Bridge, CPT Larry K. Burke (S-O 66).
Battle Captains and Battle Tracking, CPT Ren Angeles (S-O 05, pp. 36-41).
The Battle for Hue, CPT Jon E. Tellier (J-A 95, pp. 21-26).
Battle in the Death Zone: High-Altitude Mountain Warfare in Operation Chumik Captain Nathan Fry
(M-A 2010, pp. 30-34)
Battle of Beaver Dam Creek: FM 100-5 Lessons Learned, CPT Scott T. Glass (N-D 94, pp. 10-14).
Battlefield Forensics: Dynamic Adaptation of the Company-Level Task Force CPT Victor R. Morris
(N-D 2010, pp. 6-8).
The Battlefield: A Gameboard? COL John H. Barner and LTC Robert H. Robinson (J-F 66).
Battlefield Mobility: The Counter-Obstacle Team, CPT John D. Lock (J-F 89, pp. 28-32).
Bayonet or Knife, MSG Charles A. Schneider (M-A 72).
Beat the Deadline, LT Edward P. Ronayne (N-D 72).
Berlin Brigade: A Correspondents View, Hubert J. Erb (M-A 71).
Best Ship in the Business, LTC Angelo Fernandez, USMC (M-J 76, pp. 36-41). (Amphibious operations.)
Blitzkrieg: The Myth of Blitz, CPT Thomas T. Smith (J-A 90, pp. 28-30).
Briefing Techniques: Say well What Needs Saying, LTC Russell W. Glenn (M-A 93, pp. 11-14).
The Bradley Master Gunner Course and ARFORGEN, SFC Matthew Hinkley, 1SG Timothy Terpak
and LTC Robert Cerjan (N-D 2006, pp. 26-31).
Bradley Infantry on the AirLand Battlefield, COL Carl F. Ernst and MAJ David M. White (M-J 86,
pp. 20-24).
Bradleys in the City, CPT John L. Miles, III and CPT Mark E. Shankle(M-J 96, pp. 6-8).
Bradley Stryker Corner: 13-01 Stabilized Gunnery Review,Bradley Master Gunner Branch (N-D 12, pp
4-8).
Bradley Stryker Corner: Restoring Critical Bradley Skills,CPT Paul Hill (J-A 13, pp 5-8).
Breaking Contact, BG John R. Scales (Winter 03, pp. 44-46).
Breakout, CPT George C. Matoy (M-A 82, pp. 26-29).
Bridging Differences, MAJ James A. Kelley and LTC Francis M. Glynn (J-A 88, pp. 15-17).
Brigade Targeting, LTC William E. Harner (N-D 96, pp. 15-17).
Bring Back the Light Infantry! Projecting Combat Power More Effectively, Major Joe Labarbera and
Captain Rob Newsom (July 2009, pp. 10-13).
Brute Strength, Not Finesse, LTG William R. Desobry (J-A 87, pp. 9-12).
Building a Better Trench: Rethinking our Approach to Doctrine, MAJ Stephen J. Tegge (S-O 12, pp 2123).
Built-Down Fighting Positions, by CPT Roger F. Cavazos and CPT Robert M. Smith (J-A 96, pp. 14-16).
Bullets, Not Bodies, MG Ellis W. Williamson (M-A 69).

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Bunker Building: Advantages and Disadvantages, (CN), CPT Arthur C. Lane, CPT James D. Stephens
(S-O 69).
Camouflage and Survival, CPT S. W. Miller, USMC (J-F 79, pp. 20-24).
Candle Heater, CPT David L. Sonnier, SWAP SHOP (S-O 90, p. 43).
Captain Baos Cordon, (CN), SGM Fred H. Bost (M-J 70).
A Case Against Battle Drill Six, Mike Forman (N-D 2006, pp.42-44).
Caught in the Killing Zone, CPT Seth R. Orell (J-A 70).
Cave Hunting Techniques, GySgt Steve J. Illes (J-A 66).
CDID Ensures Soldiers Retain Dominance on Future Battlefields, Don Sando (J-A 2008, p. 3).
Chancellorsville: The Mobile Defense, MAJ Robert D. Yearout (N-D 73).
Checkpoint: A Key Graphic Control Measure, CPT Fred W. Johnson (March-June 97, pp. 18-19).
Checkpoint/Roadblock Operations, MAJ Martin N. Stanton (N-D 93, pp. 9-10).
Chemical lights, CPT Timothy L. Canty, SWAP SHOP (M-A 86, p. 31).
City Fighting: Old Doctrine, New Techniques, CPT Grady A. Smith (M-J 71).
City Fighting with Mortars, CPT G. R. Christmas, USMC (M-J 72).
Cold-Weather Risk Management: A Common Sense Approach, CPT Jonathan D. Thompson and Tom
Skala (J-F 96, pp. 14-16).
COIN Cliff Notes: Techniques for the Conventional Rifle Platoon in Laymans Terms, CPT Craig
Coppock (J-A 2008, pp. 11-14).
COIN in Practice: Bottom up Tactic to Develop the Districts of Afghanistan )Sergeant Debra
Richardson, (M-A 2010, pp. 28-29)
Combat Advisor 101 CPT Matthew Swain (J-M 2011, pp. 33-36).
Combat in Arctic Regions, LTC Robert L. Maginnis (S-O 91, pp. 28-33).
Combat in Built-up Areas, MAJ Hans A. Kratz, West German Army (M-J 75, pp. 31-34).
Combat Decisions Game, COL Daniel Gans, USAR, Retired (S-O 73).
Combat Identification, Directorate of Combat Developments, U.S. Army Infantry School (J-A 92,
pp. 10-12).
Combat Notes, CPT Gerald W. Johnson (J-F 72).
Combat Notes, (N-D 89, PAST TIMES, pp. 27-30).
Combat Patrols, LTC Frank L. Brown (J-F 68).
Combat Safety, CPT Bryan G. Watson (S-O 87, pp. 40-42).
Combat Tips From An Old Doggie, David J. Daze (J-F 88, pp. 33-34).
Combat Wedge, (CN), CPT Ralph A. Hallenbeck (J-F 69).
Combined Arms and the Evolution of War, 1LT Joseph P. Morsello (N-D 2008, pp. 15-18).
Command and Control, LTC Joel E. Williamson (M-J 86, pp. 25-29). (See correction in letter, N-D 86,
pp. 6-7.)
Commanders Intent: Providing the Focus for Operations, MAJ Kevin C.M. Benson (M-A 94,
pp. 15-17). (See correction in letter, S-O 94, p. 4.)
A Commanders Sniper Operations Planning Guide, LTC David liwanag and CWO3 (RET) Michael
Haugen (M-J 2008, pp. 15-17).
The Common Factors, LTC Dixon C. Rogers (J-A 66).
Compact-Combat, CPT Robert M. Denlinger (M-J 72).
Company Defensive Position, LTC Clark P. Campbell and CSM Charles L. Moore (N-D 88, pp. 33-36).
Company-Level Search and Attack: Sharpening Warfighting Skills at the JRTC, CPT Harold D. Baker,
Jr. (May-August 2000, pp. 42-44).
Company Position Defense: Part 1, CPT Mark H. Gerner (J-F 80, pp. 23-25).
Company Position Defense: Part 2, CPT Mark H. Gerner (M-A 80, pp. 23-25).
Compass case using ammunition pouch, Mike Sparks, SWAP SHOP (N-D 88, p. 43).
Computerized Automation and the Combat Leader, MAJ Joseph F. Paone (M-J 72).
Continuous Combat Operations, MAJ Harold L. Shortnacy (J-F 73).
Continuous Operations: Improving Soldier Performance, Joe W. Simmons (S-O 94, pp. 13-14).
Control of displaced civilians: A How-to guide for infantry unit leaders. COL Kenneth H. Pritchard
(Spring 02, pp22-27).
Conventional Sniper Operations in the Asymmetric Fight, SFC Michael W. Glancy (S-O 05, pp. 25-29).
Convoy Planning, MAJ Jeffrey J. Gudmens (J-F 94, pp. 8-9).
Convoy Security Operations, MAJ Martin N. Stanton (J-F 94, pp. 10-12).

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Convoy Security Using a Light Infantry Antiarmor Platoon, CPT James Sisemore (J-A 95, pp. 11-13).
Coordinating Conventional and Special Operations Forces, CPT Daniel W. Smith and MSG Howard W.
Blecha (N-D 95, pp. 41-43).
Cordon and Search, LT James Sisemore (J-A 94, pp. 41-43).
Cordon and Search Operations, MAJ Christopher Hughes and MAJ Thomas G. Ziek, Jr. (J-A 95,
pp. 8-11).
Counter-Ambush, (CN), LTC Christian F. Dubia (S-O 69).
The Counterattack, CPT Charles S. Haffenden (J-A 82, pp. 34-35).
Counterencirclement, MAJ James L. Estep, USA (J-F 76, pp. 47-48).
Countering Terrorism in the Trenches, LT Forrest L. Davis (N-D 87, pp. 31-35).
Counter-Mortar Operations in the Sunni Triangle. MAJ Darron L. Wright and CPT Alexander G.
Williams. (M-J 04, pp 8-10).
Counterreconnaissance HMMWVs, CPT Mark N. Grdovic (M-J 94, pp. 44-47).
Counterreconnaissance In Task Force Security Operations, MAJ Victor A. John (J-F 96, pp. 30-34).
Countersniper Missions in Operations Other Than War, LTC Michael R. Harris (Ret) and Arthur A.
Durante, Jr. (N-D 95, pp. 26-31).
Crater Analysis, LT Dave Clemetz, USMC (J-F 73).
Crowdsourcing: A New Perspective on Human Intelligence Collection in a Counterinsurgency MAJ
Nick Mumm (J-M 2012, pp. 30-35).
CSCAir Assault, CPT John H. Daane, USA (N-D 76, pp. 46-47).
The Dangers of Anti-Intellectualism in Contemporary Western Armies CPT Gabriel Serbu, Canadian
Army (N-D 2010, pp.44-47)
Deception and the MRB Defense, CPT Kenneth A. Springer (September-December 98, pp. 13-16).
Deception Objectives: Scarecrows, Puppets, and Mannequins, CPT Robert A. Albino (M-A 95,
pp. 42-47).
Decision Point Tactics and the Meeting Battle: Fighting the Enemy, Not the Plan, LTC Peter J. Palmer
(January-February 97, pp. 28-35).
Decision Point Tactics During the Defense: Fighting the Enemy, Not the Plan, LTC Peter J. Palmer and
CPT James Crider (March-June 97, pp. 20-28).
Deep Operations, LTC Franklin L. Hagenbeck and MAJ Curtis M. Scaparrotti (J-A 90, pp. 12-14).
Defeating an Ambush Vietnam, 2LT James Capobianco (Winter 03, pp. 14-15).
Defeating Armor, CPT Frederick Stepanick (S-O 73).
Defending Against Soviet Forces on Urban Terrain, LTC Lester W. Grau (M-J 85, pp. 29-32).
Defense of Dreamers Duff, MAJ Charles C. Darrell, USA (S-O 75, pp. 28-36).
Defense on Extended Frontages, MG Pat W. Crizer, et. al. (N-D 77, pp. 18-23).
Defense of a Firebase, MG Ellis W. Williamson (N-D 69).
Defense and Low Visibility (M-J 88, PAST TIMES, pp. 35-38).
The Defense of a Mortar Platoon Position, LT Michael P. Shannon (May-August 99, pp. 13-14).
Defense Requires Mobility, LTC Robert C. Carmichael (M-A 72).
Defense in Vietnam, MAJ James W. Revels (M-J 70).
The Defensive Mind, CPT William B. Snow III (J-A 80, pp. 12-13).
Defensive Sector Sketches, CPT Harold E. Raugh, Jr. (S-O 85, pp. 37-38).
Delta Team is in Contact, MAJ Richard D. James (N-D 70).
Demon of Death, LTC Jack B. Farris, Jr. (J-A 71).
Deploying to Iraq? Lessons Learned from an Infantry Company Commander. CPT Daniel Morgan (JF04 pp. 28-32).
Depth Through Initial Positioning, CPT Thomas P. Kratman (J-A 86, pp. 40-41).
Desert Navigation, MAJ Richard G. Reynolds (J-A 90, pp. 18-23). (See correction in letter, N-D 90,
p. 3.)
Destroying Armor, INFANTRY Staff (S-O 76, pp. 35-42).
Dig Deep, LTC David H. Hackworth (M-A 69).
Dig Deep, LTC David H. Hackworth (J-A 89, PAST TIMES, pp. 34-36).
Digging In: Platoon Defense, LT Edward J. Ruggero (J-F 83, pp. 20-23).
Direct Effective Fire Line, MAJ Thomas J. Mangan, III, (J-F 93, pp. 13-17).
Direct Fire Control, CPT Rick Burtnett and CPT Dennis M. Wince (J-F 93, pp. 34-37).

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Direct Fire Planning: Platoon and Company Sector Sketch, CPT Matt S. LaChance, CPT Christopher
S. Hart, and LT Matthew W. McFarlane J-F 96, pp. 39-41).
Dismounted Battlespace Battle Lab: Putting the Ideas of the Future into Action Today, MG Jerry A.
White, COMMANDANTS NOTE (M-A 94, pp. 1-2).
Dismounted Mechanized Infantry in the Deliberate Attack, CPT David B. Batchelor (J-A 96, pp. 33-35).
Dismounted Night Attack, LTC William A. DePalo, Jr. (S-O 85, pp. 26-29).
Distant Target, INFANTRY Staff with data input by LTC Paul J. Virciglio, USA (N-D 74, pp. 28-31).
Divide and Conquer, Robert E. Rogge (M-A 87, pp. 18-21).
Division Air Defense, LTC William O. Staudenmaier, USA (S-O 74, pp. 10-12).
Dos and Donts in Vietnam, SGM Grady M. Jones (M-A 66).
Double-Staked Concertina Fence, MAJ David J. Ozolek, SWAP SHOP (J-A 87, p. 35).
Drewrys Bluff: A Blocking Position, CPT Kevin J. Daugherty (J-F 90, pp. 20-21).
Dynamic Mortar Training, SFC Bennie Ketron (S-O 72).
Dynamisn Through Devices, MAJ Gilbert Conforti (J-F 73).
Echo Company: The Fifth Player, CPT Michael S. Hackney (J-A 85, pp. 20-24). (See correction, S-O 85,
p. 7.)
Echo on the Battlefield, CPT George E. Knapp (S-O 85, pp. 30-33).
Effective Company Defense: A Matter of Time and Task Management, CPT John F. Agoglia and MAJ
John D. Johnson (J-F 91, pp. 38-41).
Effectively Using Interpreters. MAJ Paul J. Schmitt. (Spring 02, pp. 17-18).
Endure! The Battle Catalyst, MG A. S. Newman, Retired., (M-A 72).
Establishing a Zone of Separation, CPT Fred W. Johnson (M-J 96, pp. 31-38).
Evolving Field Artillery Tactics and Techniques, BG Vernon B. Lewis, Jr., USA (J-A 75, pp. 44-50).
Examining the SBCT Concept and Insurgency in Mosul, Iraq. CPT Ren Angeles (M-J 05, pp 35-39).
An Exchange of Ideas, Brigadier A. J. A. Arengo-Jones (S-O 66).
Execution Matrix, MAJ Nicholas G. Psaki III (J-F 84, pp. 33-34).
An Execution Matrix, MAJ Robert J. Henry (S-O 85, pp. 34-36).
Execution of a Joint Task Force Raid: An SBCT Platoon Takes on JRTC. LT Gary W. Pickens. (J-A 04,
pp. 30-35).
Field Expedient Acetate, LT Craig D. McKibbin, SWAP SHOP (J-A 89, p. 36).
Field Expedient Map Making, LTC Martin N. Stanton (S-O 95, pp. 10-11).
The Fighting Eagle TAC: 1-8th Forms Tactical Command Post Ground Assault Element, MAJ Darron
Wright
The Fighting XO and C4S2, MAJ Stephen C. Livingston (M-J 85, pp. 19-23).
Field Artillery in the Antiarmor Role/Excellent Results, (J-F 72).
Fighting Position or Deathtrap? Arthur A. Durante. (Spring 02, pp. 13-14).
Find, Fix and Finish, CPT George E. Dials (S-O 70).
Finding the Enemy: Bigger Than Recon, LTC James J. Mingus (J-F 2006, pp. 7-10).
Finish the Enemy! The Rifle Squad and Platoon Focus, SSG Steven D. Miller (M-A 96, pp. 44-45).
Fire and Maneuver in the Delta, LTC William L. Hauser (S-O 70).
Fire Planning and Control, COL Richard F. Timmons (J-A 88, pp. 18-21).
Fire Planning at the Company Level and Below. CPT James R. Salome (J-A 04, pp. 45-47).
Fire Support, (CN), CPT William H. Gavan (M-A 69).
Fixing the Enemy in Guerrilla Warfare, Major Kevin J. Dougherty (March-June 97, pp. 33-35).
Flag Signals, CPT Edwin L. Kennedy, Jr. (N-D 86, pp. 38-40).
A Flanking Detachment in the Mountains Lester W. Grau (M-A 2010, pp. 35-38)
Flashbulb Claymore, LT Steven A. Shelby, SWAP SHOP (J-F 88, p. 4l).
Fluid Warfare, LTC R. S. Garland (M-J 68).
FM 3-24.2: Tactics in COIN, Lieutenant Colonel David Fivecoat and Captain Stuart Chapman (J-F
2009, pp. 22-24).
FM 3-24.2: The Most Important Item in a coin Leaders Kit Bag Colonel Mark W. Suich and Dr.
Douglas N. Campbell (J-A 2010, pp. 5-7).
Follow Em Down, CPT Dennis D. Collins (S-O 71).
Force Oriented Defense, LTC Robert Carmichael (M-J 72).
Force Protection and Coalition Outposts, CPT George A. Chigi (N-D 2008, pp. 9-11).
Footbridge on the Song Con, COL R. E. Mack (J-F 73).

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French CP Operations, MAJ Charles L. Toomey (J-F 90, pp. 44-45).


FSCOORD Challenges For Fire Supporters in the BCT, Major Christopher W. Wendland (N-D 2006,
pp. 38-41).
Fundamentals of Tracking, LTC Frank L. Brown (J-A 66).
The Future of Airborne, LTC Thomas E. Parsons (N-D 72).
The Future of Close Combat, MG George B. Pickett, Jr., (S-O 72).
Game Theory, Predictability and Route Selection, Captain Brandon Colas (July 2009, pp. 14-15).
Gang-Tackling the VC, (CN), 1LT John F. Lamm (S-O 69).
Geospatial-Intelligence in Tactical Operatins and Planning Matthew Wilder (June-August 2011, pp.1114).
Get Out of Town, LT David J. Daze (M-A 89, PAST TIMES, pp. 34-35).
Go Find the Enemy: Use of Available Time during Movement to Contact. MAJ Scott Heintzelman
(Spring 02, pp. 46-47).
Green Tab to Green Tab Fire Support: The BCT Commanders Best Fires Asset, MG Peter M.
Vangjel, (Chief of Field Artillery) (M-J 2008, pp. 18-20). (This article first appeared in the MarchApril 2008 issue of Fires, a Joint Profession Bulletin for U.S. Field and Air Artillerymen.)
Guerrilla Battalion: US Style, COL David H. Hackworth (J-F 71).
Handing Off the Battle, CPT Terrence N. Thomas (M-A 83, pp. 15-16).
Hasty River Crossings, LTC Stephen E. Runals (J-A 89, pp. 15-17).
Help Your Delta Company Help You. CPT Daniel Miller. (J-F 04 pp. 7-9)
Heavy Brigade HHC Operations, CPT Bart Howard (M-A 94, pp. 23-26).
The Heavy Infantry Team: Expressing Actions at the Decisive Point, MAJ Kevin W. Wright (M-A 96,
pp. 21-26).
Heavy-Light Connection: Brigade, LTC Jack B. Wood (J-A 84, pp. 19-22). (See correction, N-D 84,
p. 7.)
Heavy-Light Connection: Division, MG Howard G. Crowell and LTC Jared L.Bates (J-A 84, pp. 15-18).
Heavy-Light Forces and the NATO Mission, LTG John R. Galvin (J-A 84, pp. 10-14).
Heavy-Light Operations, MAJ Michael A. Hamilton (S-O 89, pp. 22-26).
Heavy Task Force Medical Platoon: Maintaining Momentum in Offensive Operations, LT Mark A.
Chatterji (J-A 93, pp. 10-12).
A Heavy Weapons Platoons 15 Minutes to Success MAJ Perry Beissel and SFC Marco Garcia (J-F04
pp 45).
Helpful Hints to Hopeful Heroes (N-D 88, PAST TIMES, pp. 29-32).
A Holistic Approach to Combat Identification, Major Edward J. Ospital and Captain Adam N. Wojack,
(S-O 2006, pp. 18-21).
Hornets Nest, CPT John Johnson, USA (S-O 75, pp. 47-48).
Housebreaking, Combat Style, LTC Raymond E. Bell, Jr. (J-A 72).
How to Build Relationships in COIN Operations 1LT Jarrin Jackson (A-M 2011, pp.19-21).
How Close is Close? MAJ William H. Rees, USAF (J-A 72).
Identifying the Decisive Point, CPT Dennis R. Linton (M-A 93, pp. 5-7).
IEDs: Enemy Steps Up Attacks Using Explosive Devices, 2LT James A. Capobianco (Winter 03, pp. 3032).
Illuminated Night Attack, CPT Robert G. Fix and CPT Frank H. Rice (S-O 86, pp. 20-22).
Immediate Action is Action Taken Immediately. SFC James Couch (J-A 04, pp. 39-44).
Improved Ambushes, LTC Bernard Loeffke, (CN), (S-O 71).
Improving the Staff Planning Process, CPT John Scudder and MAJ David Magrath (S-O 89, pp. 9-13).
Indirect Fire Support, LTC Irwin M. Jacobs, USA (M-J 75, pp. 52-53).
Infantry Battalion COIN Operations, LTC John Luttrell (J-A 2008, pp. 6-10).
Infantry Breach Kits, CPT Josef R. Hallatschek (S-O 92, pp. 36-37).
Infantry Combat, GEN William E. DePuy (M-A 90, pp. 8-13).
Infantry Company Operations in an Extreme Cold Environment, CPT Jonathan D. Thompson (S-O 95,
pp. 28-32).
Infantry Doctrine for Dismounted Patrolling, Arthur A. Durante, Jr. (J-A 2007, pp. 26-30).
Infantry in Action: Charge! LTC Fred L. Walker, Jr. (S-O 87, Reprint, pp. 31-33).
Infantry in Action: Saturation Operations, COL Philip D. Grimm (J-A 89, pp. 28-33).
Infantry on Defense: Success Can Depend on It, Jac Weller (N-D 72).

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Infantry Issues and Lessons, Jan Chervenak and Eric J. Lynam (J-A 88, pp. 11-12).
Infantry Operations in Vietnam, BG S. L. A. Marshall (M-A 70).
The Infantry Small Unit Leader, (CN), CPT Mike McDermott (J-A 70).
InfantrymanForward Observer, MAJ John S. Peppers (J-A 68).
Infiltration: A Form of Maneuver, LT Jeffrey A. Merenkov and SGM Clifford R. West (M-A 93,
pp. 14-16).
Infiltration: Old Solution to a New Problem, CPT Peter E. Herry (J-A 72).
Infiltration Attacks: Planning Considerations, LTC Martin N. Stanton(M-A 96, pp. 27-34).
Information Discipline and Mission Command CPT Justin Lynch (A-A 12,pp 10-11).
Information Systems: Lets Go Beyond Computer Literacy, LTC Donald J. Welch, Jr. (S-O 96,
pp. 11-13).
Infrared LED Light, LT Kent A. Palmer, SWAP SHOP (M-A 92, p. 45).
Initiative: The Spirit of the Offense, MAJ Curtis L. Cook (M-A 85, pp. 13-15).
Innovations from Operation DESERT STORM, CPT John R. Sutherland, III (M-J 95, pp. 15-19).
Integrating the BCT human Terrain Team With the Maneuver Company LTC Jonathan D. Thompson
(N-D 2010, pp. 9-12)
Intelligence Sharing: A Not So New Concept Given New Life, MAJ J.R. Johnson (M-J 2008, pp. 44-45).
The Intent of Intent, CPT John R. Sutherland, III (March-June 97, pp. 9-12).
Interim Brigade Combat Team: Indirect Distributive Fires Concept. LT Gerard M. Acosta and SFC
Christopher Menton. (Spring 02, pp.11-12).
In the Mosul COIN Fight, Perception Often Creates Reality, Major Rob Thornton (J-F 2007, pp. 33-37).
Irus Recommends New Rifle Platoon/Squad for 1970-75, LTC Robert J. ONeil (J-F 72).
The Jet: A Streamlined Movement Formation, CPT Noyes B. Livingston III (M-A 88, pp. 10-13).
Jungle Fighting Notes (N-D 89, PAST TIMES, pp. 30-31).
Jungle Firing Position, COL Henry E. Kelly (Ret.) (N-D 66).
Kill targets, CPT Timothy L. Canty, SWAP SHOP (J-F 86, p. 11).
Kinetic Targeting in Iraq at the Battalion Task Force Level: From Target to Detainee, CPT Jeremiah
Pray (J-A 05, pp 30-33).
Kings of the Road: Heavy and Light Forces in MOUT. CPT John Karagosian and CPT Christopher
Coglianese (J-F04 pp 40-44).
Korea: Displacing Units on the DMZ, LTC John L. Lorms (M-J 73).
Land Warrior: Dominating Dismounted Operations,: LTC(P) W. W. Prior (M-J 2008, pp. 44-45).
Landscape Target Firing, MAJ Richard E. Holt (S-O 72).
The Lethality of the Multiple Launch Rocket System 1LT Brad Pemberton (June-August 2011, pp.1516).
A Lesson from the Past, CPT Robert R. Harper Jr., USA (M-J 77, pp. 30-33).
Lessons from a Task Force LNO CPT Derrick Boden (J-A 2011, pp 21-25)
Lessons from the Soviet Afghan War: Deh-Khwaja Ambush, Lester W. Grau and Ahmad Jalai
(Vignette taken from The Other Side of the Mountain: Mujahideen Tactics in the Soviet-Afghan
War) (J-F 2008, pp. 18-19).
Lessons in Urban Combat: Grozny, New Years Eve 1994, Adam Geibel (N-D 95, pp. 21-25).
Lessons Learned from a Light Infantry Company during Operation Anaconda. CPT Nelson G. Kraft.
(Summer 02, pp. 28-31).
Lessons Learned from Stryker Battalion Commanders in Combat, LTC J.R. Sanderson (J-F 05, pp 6-8).
Lets Talk Tactics: Lieutenants as First-Line Tacticians, CPT Kevin S. Petit (May-August 99, pp. 6-8).
The Light Infantry Attack: Letting Go of the 90-Degree COA, MAJ Kevin J. Dougherty (J-A 95,
pp. 35-37).
Light Infantry Battalion Counterreconnaissance, LT Robert L. Bateman (N-D 92, pp. 38-42).
A Light Infantry Companys Defense of an Assembly Area, CPT Brian J. Reed (July-December 97,
pp. 41-42).
Light Infantry FDC, LT Howard G. Waters and SSG William M. Topka (J-A 88, pp. 34-36).
Light Infantry in Cold-Wet Conditions, LTC Jack H. Cage (N-D 93, pp. 11-12).
Light Infantry in Stay-Behind Operations, LTC Michael A. Thompson (M-A 91, pp. 31-37).
Light Infantry Scouts, SFC John E. Foley (M-A 88, pp. 20-24).
Light Infantry Scouts in the Desert, CPT Allen L. Tiffany (S-O 89, pp. 27-31).
The Light Infantry is Too Heavy, COL Richard E. Mack (M-J 72).

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Light OPFOR Infantry Platoon Security, MSG Brenda Bloomer and Michael R. Jacobson (N-D 96,
pp. 45-48).
Light Scouts in Korea: A Recommendation for Success, CPT Guy B. Parmeter (M-J 96, pp. 46-48).
Long Way From Inchon, INFANTRY Staff (M-J 76, pp. 29-30). (Amphibious operations.)
LRRP, (CN), SP4 Tom Cable, Jr. (J-F 69).
LRS Missions: What Generates the Need for Them? MAJ Kevin A. Hyneman (M-J 96, pp. 14-16).
LRSD: Adapt, Improvise, and Overcome, CPT John A. Schatzel (J-F 93, pp. 38-41).
MAAWS: Getting the Biggest Bang for Your Buck CPT Daniel Plumb (N-D 2011, pp. 31-38)
Managing Stress in Cold Climates, MAJ Patrick J. Sweeney (J-F 96, pp. 9-13).
Managing the Brigade Fight: Asset Synchronization, Captain Jeffrey Roberts (S-O 2007, pp. 4-5).
Maneuver Battalion Mortuary Affairs Operations and Training, MAJ Scott T. Glass (M-A 96,
pp. 17-18).
The Maneuver Commanders Most Versatile, Lethal Weapon System: The Trained and Equipped
Forward Observer CW4 Thomas Taccia (June-August 2011, pp. 9-10)
Maneuver in the Defense, COL William J. Martinez (January-February 97, pp. 15-17).
Manipulating your Battle Space to Win, Dan Smith (J-A 05, pp. 34-36).
The Many-Headed Elephant, MAJ William S. Spies, USA (J-A 74, p. 9).
Maos Mobile Warfare, Jac Weller (J-F 68).
Map folding, reprint from Infantry School Quarterly (Jan 1956, pp. 29-31).
Mech. Infantry Driver Training, CPT Richard Lee Campbell (S-O 72).
Mechanical Ambush, MAJ Allen D. Gezelman (J-A 72).
The Mechanized Ambush, MAJ William A. Jacobs, Jr. (J-F 88, pp. 35-37).
Mechanized Forces in MOUT: M113 Lessons from Operation Just Cause, CPT James B. Daniels
(M-J 96, pp. 8-11).
The Mechanized Infantry Battalion Task Force in the AirLand Battle, LTC Jimmy Griffis, MAJ Kurt
Pierce, MAJ Edward Sherwood (J-A 82, pp. 21-24).
Mechanized Infantry Doctrine, MAJ Robert L. Gilman, USA, and CPT Howard W. Crawford Jr., USA
(J-A 77, pp. 39-46).
Mechanized Infantry FormationsAnother Look, MAJ Max D. Ray, and CPT Robert L. Schmidt (N-D
73).
Mechanized Infantry on the Modern Armored Battlefield, COL Zeb B. Bradford, USA (N-D 75, pp. 2029).
The Mechanized Infantry Team in the Offense, LTC Thomas V. Morley and CPT Anthony J. Tata
(M-J 90, pp. 16-19).
Mechanized Infantry in Vietnam, LTC William E. Klein (M-A 71).
Mechanized InfantryWhat Next? CPT Veron W. Humphrey (J-A 71).
The Mechanized Platoon in a LIC Environment, LT Trevor L. Bynum (J-F 95, pp. 15-17).
Mechanized Platoon TTPs in Peace Enforcement Operations, LT Kevin J. Perera (SeptemberDecember 99, pp. 44-46).
Medical Operations in a Mechanized Infantry Battalion, Lieutenant Michael W. Smith (M-A 93),
pp. 35-39.
METT-TC Dependent: Observations and Recommendations for Improving the Way Were Fighting the
War in Iraq, Captain Robert Murdough (J-F 2007, pp. 26-32).
The Middle East, A Travelers Guide, Charles L. Black (N-D 90, PAST TIMES, pp. 28-31).
Mid-Intensity Airmobility: Possible, Feasable, Practical, CPT Laurence K. Collings (N-D 73).
Militray Awakening: Clear, Hold, Build and the Development of Awakening Councils and Iraqi Police,
CPT Matthew M. McCreary (J-A 2008, pp. 24-30).
Military Operations in Built-up Areas, COL B. D. Wheeler, USA (J-A 77, 34-35).
Military Operations on Urban Terrain, LTC Bobby L. Jolley (J-A 79, pp. 27-29).
Mine Warfare Training Equiment, CPT Byron J. Williams (M-J 73).
Mines and Booby Traps, (CN), 1LT James Milling (J-F 69).
MISPC: A Challenge for the Squad Leader, LTC J. C. Burney, Jr., (J-A 71).
The MiTT and Its Human Terrain Transitioning the Iraqi Army into the Lead, LTC Richard A.
McConnell, Major Christopher L. Matson, and Captain Brent A. Clemmer (N-D 2007, pp. 6-9).
Modern Night Operations, MAJ Ray M. Ott, USA (M-J 77, pp. 20-25).
The Modern Volunteer Army/A Product of Junior Officers, 2LT Carl G. Schott (J-A 72).

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Modernized Line, CPT Harry F. Noyes III (N-D 82, pp. 11-12).
Modified Platoon Wedge, LT Sean D. McDevitt (J-A 87, pp. 37-39).
More on Mines and Booby Traps, MG Willard Pearson (M-J 69).
Mortar Support in the Korean Defile, LT Brian A. Pedersen (July-December 97, pp. 14-16).
A Most Significant Change, Holman W. Jenkins, (S-O 74, pp. 32-35).
Mountain Recon - Russian Style Lester W. Grau (M-A 2010, pp. 40-42).
Mounted Reconnaissance Patrolling, CPT William J. Godbout (J-A 92, pp. 19-21).
MOUT and the Soviet Motorized Rifle Battalion, LTC Lester W. Grau (J-F 85, pp. 24-27).
MOUT Operations Update, John J. Bastone (Spring 02, pp.8-10).MOUTProgress and Challenges, MG Carl F. Ernst (September-December 98, pp. 1-2).
Movement and Maneuver: A Vision for the Future MG Robert B. Brown (June-August 2011, pp.6-8)
Moving in the Mountains, LTC William M. Menning (J-F 92, pp. 36-38).
Moving the Main CP In a Heavy Task Force, CPT Robert C. Neumann (J-F 92, pp. 33-36).
Murphys Law: Anything that Can go Wrong, Will Go Wrong LTC George B. Inabinet III (J-M 2012,
pp. 36-40).
Navigation sheet, CPT Karl A. Miller, SWAP SHOP (N-D 86, p. 11).
NEOs: The New Mission, LT Robert L. Bateman (S-O 92, pp. 17-20).
New/Old Solution, CPT Michael T. Dawson, USA (M-J 77, pp. 33-35).
Night Attack, LTC Lynn D. Moore (M-J 90, pp. 39-41).
Night CAS on the Conventional Battlefield, CPT Phillip P. Taber (M-J 95, pp. 38-41).
Night Navigation in the Delta, (CN), CPT Martin J. Hackbart (S-O 69).
Night Observation Device Matrix, CPT Jorge A. Swank, SWAP SHOP J-F 92, p. 47).
Night Patrolling and District Security, LTC Henry Purcell III (M-J 70).
Night Vision Goggles, MAJ Alfred H. McDonald (J-A 73).
No Simple Task, CPT Garth T. Bloxham (M-A 83, pp. 38-40).
Noe-Survival Altitude, CPT James P. Isenhower, Jr. (N-D 73).
Non-lethal Targeting in COIN: Economic, Political, and Civil Actions Key to Success Captain Thomas J.
Woodard (J-A 2010 pp. 31-33).
Not Just Collateral Damage: Civilian Casualties Have Critical Effects on LOEs First Lieutenant
Wesley R. Sparks (M-A 2010, pp. 19-21)
NTC Assault Techniques, MG Edwin H. Burba, Jr. (N-D 86, COMMANDANTS NOTE, pp. 2-3).
NVA and VC: Different Enemies, Different Tactics, CPT Anthony V. Neglia (S-O 70).
Obscurants as a Combat Multiplier, LTC Billy Welch (September-December 2000, pp. 17-18).
Obstacle Integration, CPT Bryan G. Watson (M-J 90, pp. 42-46).
Offensive and Counteroffensive: New Lessons in an Old War, 1LT Ross S. Kelly (J-F 73).
The Oil-Spot Technique Tactical Approach Needed to Counter Insurgency, Captain James Spies
(M-A 2006, pp. 41-43).
On the Staff: Success Through Teamwork, LTC Richard D. Hooker, Jr. (January-April 2000, pp. 3336).
One-Rope Bridge, SFC Gordon L. Rottman (N-D 86, pp. 41-42).
OODA Loop: Setting a Pattern May Not Always be a Bad Idea Captain Michael Mostaghni (Jan.-April
2010, pp. 49-50)
Operation DESERT STORM: Armored Brigade in Combat, LTC G. Chesley Harris (M-J 92,
pp. 13-19).
Operation DESERT STORM: Insights from a Brigade Perspective, LTC G. Chesley Harris (N-D 92,
pp. 20-25).
Operation Homestead: Transitioning the Mission in Iraq from DoD to the State Department LTC Chip
Daniels and CPT James R. Vance (J-M 2012, pp.13-18).
Operation Lion Leader Forge: 2-7 Cavs Leader Trainer Model for 2nd IA Division MAJ Thomas Sills
(pp.42-44).
Operation TOUCHDOWN: Using the Dynamics of Combat Power, CPT Ernst H. Weyand, III (M-A 94,
pp. 33-38).
Operational Considerations for Sub-Saharan Africa, LTC Martin N. Stanton (S-O 96, pp. 28-36).
OPFOR Reconnaissance: Techniques Worth Adopting, CPT Peter J. Don(S-O 96, pp. 44-47).
OPFOR Tactical Reconnaissance, SP Matthew R. Crumpton (S-O 95, pp. 35-39).
Optical Camouflage, Mike Sparks, SWAP SHOP (M-A 95, p. 47).

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The Other Side of the Hill, LTC John A. English, Canadian Army (J-F 84, pp. 17-20).
Our Night Attack is Outdated, CPT Robert L. Hicks (M-J 72).
Out/Of/Smoke: Use a Mirror, MAJ Allen D. Gezelman (M-A 72).
An Overview, INFANTRY Staff (S-O 76, pp. 15-18). (Modern armored battlefield.)
Owning the Night, CPT Lewis G. Wagner (M-A 94, pp. 9-12).
The Pacified Hamlet, 1LT Robert K. Wight (N-D 70).
Panzergrenadier in the Ambush, CPT Raymond E. Bell (J-F 66).
Parallel Planning: Managing the Information Flow, MAJ Anthony R. Garrett (J-F 95, pp. 19-20).
Parting the Darkness, MG Jerry A. White, COMMANDANTS NOTE (S-O 93, pp. 1-2).
Past, Present and Future/Ground Mobility, CPT David Pearson (M-A 72).
Pathfinders, First InLast Out, CPT Edward M. Chamberlain (J-F 72).
Patrol-Based Infantry Doctrine, William F. Owen (J-F 2006, pp. 32-36).
The Payoff, CPT William T. Palmer (M-A 68).
Peace Operations, LTC William J. Martinez (M-J 94, pp. 39-40).
Peacekeeping Operations: One Infantry Leaders Experience, CPT Thomas Goss (J-A 96, pp. 5-8).
PEOPLE: A Tool for Civil Consideration, MAJ David Voorhies (N-D 05, pp 33-38).
Personal Reconnaissance, CPT Joseph L. Votel (M-A 88, pp. 33-35).
A Perspective on Military Operations on Urban Terrain, MG John W. Hendrix (N-D 95, pp. 1-2).
Philosophy of Command and Commanders Guidance, MAJ Drew A. Bennett (M-A 91, pp. 13-15).
Philosophy, Technology, and Tactics, CPT Thomas P. Kratman (S-O 85, pp. 18-20).
PIRs: What They Are...and Are Not, MAJ Kevin J. Dougherty (S-O 95, pp. 12-13).
Platoon, CPT Robert F. Radcliffe (M-A 70).
Platoon Attack: Role of the Platoon Sergeant and Platoon Leader, MAJ Keith P. Antonia (J-A 95,
pp. 33-34).
Platoon or company triangle, CPT Timothy L. Canty, SWAP SHOP (J-F 86, p. 26).
Platoon Y Defense, PSG David J. Robbins (J-F 84, p. 39).
Pneumatic Mortar Trainer, CPT John P. Cook (M-J 72).
Practical SOPs Developed from Current TTPs, LT R. Dennis Eller (J-F05, pp 10-12).
Preparation of the Defense, LTC Patrick G. McCarthy (September-December 99, pp. 9-11).
Preparedness is the Key, 2LT John Merwin (J-F 72).
Proper Reporting Procedures Important to Operational Success. CPT Kirby R. Dennis (M-A 05, pp 1314).
Psywar in Laconia, CPT James E. Fletcher (M-A 66).
Put Them All Together, MAJ Albert A. Griffith (J-A 70).
Quick ReactionBig Dividends, (CN), MAJ Herbert H. Hameister (N-D 69).
The Raid on St. Nazaire: Special Operations Planning, CPT Frank K. Sobchak (SeptemberDecember 98, pp. 21-25).
Range Cards in the Deliberate Attack, CPT Chester A. Char and 1SG Dewayne Chapman (S-O 92,
pp. 33-35).
Recon and Security, LT James M. Dubik, USA (S-O 75, pp. 46-47).
Reconnaissance and Targeting: A Formal Approach, CPT John W. Charlton (M-A 95, pp. 9-13).
Reflections of Fire, INFANTRY Staff (S-O 76, pp. 19-28). (Tactical scenario.)
Relief in Place, CPT Jonathan P. Chase (J-A 83, pp. 10-12).
A Return to River Warfare: Guerrilla Style, CPT Kenneth E. Yoder (M-A 66).
Revisiting Modern Warfare: The 3rd HBCT, 3rd IDs Experience in Madain Qada, Iraq, LTC David G.
Fivecoat and CPT Aaron T. Schwengler (J-A 2008, pp. 24-30).
A Revolution in Military Affairs In Iraq. CPT Matthew T. Archambault. (J-A 04, pp. 12-15).
Revolutionary Development, MAJ William H. Willoughby (N-D 68).
Revolutionary Development Program, MAJ Louis S. Swenson (J-F 68).
The Rheostat Adustment Model: A Commanders Tool for Combating Soldier Complancency, COL
Wayne G. Grigsby, Jr., MAJ David G. Fivecoat, CPT Steven M. Hemmann and CPT Matthew S.
Carman (M-A 2008, pp. 40-46).
Rifle Platoon Guides: Conserving Scout Manpower, CPT Kevin J. Dougherty (J-A 92, pp. 17-18).
River Defense, CPT William O. Blackwood (J-A 73).
Road Clearing, (CN), CPT Howard D. Turner (M-J 69).
Room Clearance in MOUT, CPT David G. Jesmer, Jr. (M-J 87, pp. 32-34).

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Route Clearance Operations, CPT John K. Leighow (S-O 95, pp. 16-22).
Safe From Friendly Fire, J.D. Boyle (N-D 87, pp. 45-46).
San Golondrino Wallops Guerrillas, F. W. Livingwood (J-F 66).
Scatter Mining, CPT William J. Craven (M-A 72).
Scenario Highlights Effective Personnel Recovery Program, Wayne Heard (M-J 2008, pp. 40-43).
Scouts: Engagement and Risk Assessment Criteria, CPT Kevin J. Dougherty (M-J 92, pp. 43-45).
Scouts, Snipers, and Designated Riflemen, SFC John E. Foley (S-O 90, pp. 25-28).
Search and Attack, CPT Kevin J. Dougherty and CPT Richard C. Townes (N-D 94, pp. 41-44).
Search and Attack: A Doctrinal Perspective, CPT John L. Pothin (J-A 92, pp. 14-16).
Security Area Concepts at Battalion and Brigade, LTC Jack E. Mundstock (September-December 2000,
pp. 31-34).
Security Force Operations in a Mechanized Infantry Task Force, CPT Edward G. Gibbons, Jr. (J-A 91,
pp. 22-26).
Security in MOPP gear, LT Ritchie W. Marty, SWAP SHOP (S-O 88, p. 45).
See the Enemy: Sniper Operations in Iraq, SSG Jim Gilliland (M-A 2006, pp. 23-24).
Seize and Clear, CPT Michael L. Ferguson (M-A 66).
Self-location using the Bradley, CPT John M. Shaw, SWAP SHOP (M-A 87, p. 21).
Setting the Conditions for Decisive Engagements in Buhriz, Captain Larry Sharp (J-A 2007, pp. 15-18).
Shifting Perimeters, (CN), MAJ Joseph Costa (M-A 69).
Shona ba Shona (Shoulder to Shoulder): The Companys Role in Developing Independent Local National
Forces CPT Erich J. Almonte (J-M 2012, pp. 7-12).
SICPS: Standardized Integrated CP System, MAJ Kenneth D. Boyd (S-O 88, pp. 41-43).
The Simplest Elements, anonymous (S-O 66).
SKEDKO Configuration for rapid employment of M2 machinegun and Mk 19 grenade launcher, 1LT
Robert Thornton, Swap Shop (January-April 99, p. 5).
Small Unit Defense, (CN), COL Henry E. Kelly (Ret), (J-F 69).
Small Unit Hand Signals, 2LT Dennis R. Vanden Bloomen (S-O 73).
Small Unit Raid, MAJ Wayne A. Downing (N-D 69).
Small Unit Rear Area Perimeter Defense, Sp6 Russell A. Kraemer (M-A 66).
Smoke Integration on the JRTC Battlefield, MAJ Paul B. Short and CPT David G. Shoffner (M-A 92,
pp. 11-12).
Snapshot of a Joint Security Station, CPT Jeffrey M. Shelnut (N-D 2008, pp. 12-14).
Snipers, (CN), CPT John T. McKnight (S-O 69).
Snowmobility, MAJ John L. Dupier (S-O 71).
Soldier Battlefield Effectiveness PEO Soldier Strategic Communications Office (S-O 2011, pp.12-20)
Soldiers Look to Other Troops to Get Better Understanding of Islamic Cultures, SGT Brandon Little
(M-J 2008, p. 5).
Some Reflections, LT Arturo Grandinetti (M-A 68).
Southern Guam, 1944: The Fan Technique of Zone Reconnaissance, MAJ Kevin J. Dougherty (S-O 96,
pp. 40-41).
Soviet Landmine Operations, Part 1, Threat Directorate, USAIS (M-J 88, pp. 27-31).
Soviet Landmine Operations, Part 2, Threat Directorate, USAIS (J-A 88, pp. 22-25).
Soviet Tactics for Overcoming NATO Antitank Defenses: Part 1, C. N. Donnelly (S-O 80, pp. 20-26).
Soviet Tactics for Overcoming NATO Antitank Defenses: Part 2, C. N. Donnelly (N-D 80, pp. 16-23).
So, Youre Going to Iraq? Company Commander Shares Successful Tactics, Techniques, CPT
Christopher L. Budihas (S-O 04, pp 23-28).
Stabilizing the Long Whip Antenna for the PRC-119, CPT Joshua Reitz, SWAP SHOP (SeptemberDecember 99, p. 47).
Stay Behind Ambush, (CN), CPT Larry Spence (J-A 69).
Stealth and Opportunity, (CN), SGT Alan P. Stevens (J-F 69).
Stopping Friendly Fire, CPT Robert A. Albino (S-O 91, pp. 15-16).
Strengthening Iraqi Security Forces: MiTT Needed, CPT Jay Bessey (N-D 2007, pp. 26-31).
Strike to Win, CPT Fred L. Meyers, Jr. (N-D 70).
Strong Point Defense, COL A. J. Baker, USA (J-A 77, pp. 36-38).
Strong Point Defense, INFANTRY Staff (S-O 76, pp. 43-51).
Speed Roll of the Claymore Mine, PLT SGT Robert M. ODonnell (September-December 98, p. 47).

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Subterranean Route Reconnaissance, CPT Adolf Carlson (S-O 79, pp. 16-18).
Support-by-Fire Positions, CPT Chris Toner and CPT Josh M. Williams (January-April 98, pp. 39-42).
Support by Fire: The Key to the Light Infantry Attack, CPT Fred Johnson (S-O 94, pp. 45-47).
Surprise Party for Charlie, CPT Herbert R. Maddox (J-A 70).
Sustainment Security in a DATE,CPT Adam K. Greene (M-J 2013, pp. 20-24).
Swim For Your Life, MAJ Raymond E. Funderburk (J-A 69).
The Synchronization of the Brigade Fight, COL Bruce B.G. Clarke and CPT Steven S. Klement (J-A 91,
pp. 17-20).
Tac Air: Close Air Support Stone, MAJ Michael L. Ferguson, USAF (M-J 76, pp. 24-28).
Tactical Adjustments: TF 3-197s Experience in Paktika, Ghazni Provinces, 2010-2011, CPT Ed Peskie,
CPT Aaron Schwengler, CPT Justin Quisenberry, and LTC David Fivecoat (June-August 2011, pp.
26-32).
Tactical Night Climb, LTC William M. Menning and LTC Stephen R. Sands (S-O 91, pp. 40-42).
Tactical PSYOPs Supporting the Infantry Brigade and Battalion, MAJ James C. Boisselle (S-O 96,
pp. 14-17).
Tactical Radar for Infantry, John Lenevich (J-F 73).
Tactical SOPs, CPT Richard G. Greene, Jr. (January-April 99, pp. 46-48).
Tactical Template, MAJ John N. Helin, SWAP SHOP (M-J 89, p. 44).
Tactical Use of Motorcycles, COL Ben S. Malcom (S-O 72).
Tactical Use of Snowmachines, CPT Keith W. Richard (J-F 93, pp. 9-11).
Tactics for the Force Oriented Defense, MAJ Joseph Keyes (J-A 72).
Take That Bunker Complex, MAJ James E. Mace (S-O 70).
Taking a Unified Approach: The Integration of Foreign Security Forces in Security Forces Assistance
CPT Daniel R. Leard (J-M 2011, pp. 37-44).
Taming the Dukes of Afghanistan CPT Jonathan Pan (N-D 2010, pp.-48).
Tank-Busting in Towns, MSG Anton J. Sladaczek, USA, and Jane A. Beachner (M-A 76, pp. 35-37).
Tank Hunting, Brigadier Richard E. Simpkin, British Army (J-A 84, pp. 23-27).
Tank ID Cards Needed, Lewis H. Burruss, Jr. (S-O 72).
Tankers Rope, LT Daniel A. Guy, SWAP SHOP (N-D 91, p. 45).
Tanks with Infantry, Part l, CPT John J. Wintels and CPT Kris P. Thompson (S-O 90, pp. 12-16).
Target Sheets in the Targeting and Intelligence Process, Michael R. Jacobson (J-F 94, pp. 19-21).
Targeting for the Maneuver Task Force, LTC Richard P. McEvoy (N-D 96, pp. 12-14).
The Task Force Targeting Meeting: Operations Synchronization, MAJ Frank M. Buchheit (M-J 2008,
pp. 9-11).
Task Organize Light AT Company for Light Cavalry Missions, CPT O. Kent Strader (SeptemberDecember 98, pp. 37-39).
The Team Leaders Principles of Tactical Movement, SFC Laurence C. Johnson (January-February 97,
pp. 45-46).
Techniques for an Air Assault Withdrawal, CPT Fred W. Johnson March-June 97, pp. 38-39).
Temperate Regions: Influences on Military Operations, Part 1,COL Robert H. Clegg (J-A 93,
pp. 30-38).
Temperate Regions: Influences on Military Operations, Part 2, COL Robert H. Clegg (S-O 93,
pp. 27-32).
Terrorizing the Terrorist, (CN), CPT Kenneth R. Minear (M-A 70).
The Threat, INFANTRY Staff (S-O 76, pp. 29-34).
Tips for Commanders, (CN), MG Ellis W. Williamson (M-J 69).
Todays Soldiers Deserve Realistic Missions, LT Kenneth D. Mosel (M-A 73).
TOW Weapon System in Vietnam, CPT James B. Wamble (M-A 73).
Tropical Regions: Influences on Military Operations, Part 1,COL Robert H. Clegg (M-A 93, pp. 19-26).
Tropical Regions: Influences on Military Operations, Part 2, COL Robert H. Clegg (M-J 93, pp. 24-31).
Thermal TRP, LT William E. Owen, SWAP SHOP (M-J 91, p. 45).
Thinking Light, CPT Thomas E. Fish (M-A 88, pp. 8-10).
Thoughts and Views, MG Robert H. York (N-D 66).
Track Trek, CPT Rene J. Peterson (J-F 73).
Traveling Light, (CN), CPT A. A. Smith (J-A 70).
Traveling Overwatch, LT Michael Fiacco (J-F 88, pp. 40-41).

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Trust and Balance: An Illinois Guardsman in Afghanistan with Polish Task Force White Eagle CPT
Dustin W. Cammack (S-O 2011, pp. 30-35).
TTPs for Employment of Brigade and Task Force Engineers, COL Jason L. Smallfield (Jan-Mar 14, p
12-14).
Types of Military Operations, LTC A. L. Goodwin and LTC W. H. Silber (M-A 66).
Urban Combat Doctrine of the Salvadoran FMLN, David E. Spencer (N-D 90, pp. 17-19).
Urban Operations: Learning from Past Battles, Eric Mailman (M-A 2008, pp. 16-25).
Urban Patrolling: Experiences in Haiti, LT Edward F. Borowiec, Jr. and LT Joshua T. Stevens (J-A 96,
pp. 8-10).
Urban Snipers, MAJ Wayne A. Silkett (S-O 82, pp. 14-15).
U.S. Battalion Operations in the Multinational Force and Observers, LT Robert L. Bateman (J-A 92,
pp. 7-10).
Using Deception Techniques, CPT Edward R. Ward (S-O 93, pp. 35-36).
Using the Forward Observer in Mechanized Infantry Operations. LT Chris Langland-Shula. (Fall 03,
pp. 47-48).
Using Tactical Decision Games to Study Tactics. CPT Frank W. Brewster II (Spring 02, pp20-21).
Utilization of ETF and PTF Concept in Western Baghdad OIF 09-10 CPT Corbett Baxter and CPT
Reed Markham (J-M 2011, pp.6-9).
The Vertical Flank, MAJ Gale R. Zink, Jr., USA (N-D 74, pp. 39-41).
Vehicle Recovery, (J-A 73).
Warfare in the Delta, MAJ Raymond E. Funderburk (M-A 68).
Warfighting Experiment During 1994 Infantry Conference, MAJ Thomas G. Dodd (M-A 94, pp. 12-14).
Watch Out for Your Rear Area, LTC Raymond E. Bell, Jr. (73).
Water From Your Pocket, USDA, ARS (J-F 66).
Weapon Positioning: The Circular Technique, LTC Pierce T. Graney, Jr., and Robert H. Sulzen
(J-F 89, pp. 11-14).
Weapons, Terrain, and Tactics, MAJ Anthony M. Coroalles (J-A 89, pp. 38-40).
What Can a Dog Do? Infantry Tactical Dogs in the Mid-70s, CPT Woodrow Quinn, Jr. (M-J 73).
Whats in the Future for the Sniper? MAJ Kenneth A. Sines (M-J 72).
Whats Happened to Our Mortar Techniques? MAJ Bill Spies (S-O 72).
When the Squad Dismounts, Brigadier Richard E. Simpkin, British Army (N-D 83, pp. 14-18).
When the Unit Stops, Security Must Go On, (CN), MAJ Dennis J. Gillem (S-O 70).
Winning the MOUT Fight Isolation and Setting the Conditions. MAJ Brett Jenkinson (J-F04 pp 4951).
Winning the Mountain Fight Adaptability and Leadership, CSM William J. Ulibarri (J-F 2008, p. 2).
Wire in the Sky, MAJ Charles M. Stancil (S-O 79, pp. 21-23).
Working with the Light Fighters Tips for Mechanized Company Commanders. CPT Keith A.
Mckinley. (Summer 02, pp. 38-40).
WWII Unit Honored for Bayonet Attack, COL (RET) Doug Dillard (M-J 2008, pp. 6-7).
Your Closest Air Support, LT David H. Price (J-F 66).
Zone Reconnaissance, CPT Kevin J. Dougherty (M-A 92, pp. 32-35).

TRAINING
The 10th Mountain Division: Training from the Ground Up, MSG Glen F. Welch (January-April 2000,
pp. 6-9).
11th ACR Shares EIB Lessons Learned SGM Louis Barnum (J-M 2012, pp. 48-49)
21st Century Home Station Model: Supporting ARFORGEN at the Mountain Post, LTC Karl D. Reed
(S-O 2006, pp. 42-46).
40 Hours to Responsibility, CPTS Henry J. Bazan and Timothy J. Lynch (J-F 70).
Actions on Contact at the Company Team Level, MAJ Franklin Moreno (March-June 97, pp. 43-45).
Adapt and Overcome: MTTS Meet Demands of Operational Units, CPT Timothy Chess (S-O 2008, pp.
17-18).
Advanced Gunnery for the HBCT SFC William Simons (N-D 2006, pp. 22-25).
Advanced NCO Course, NCO Academy Staff (J-F 84, pp. 7-8).

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Adventures in Military Associated Sports Program, CPT Ronald W. Cullumber and 1LT Alex Angelle
(N-D 72).
Adventurous Training, British Style, COL Norman L. Dodd, U.K. Army, Retired (N-D 72).
Advice for a Light Infantry Platoon Leader, CPT John S. Zachau (J-A 92, pp. 34-38).
After Action Reviews, MAJ Noyes B. Livingston III (S-O 89, pp. 13-15).
Aids to Training, CPT William J. Flavin, USA (N-D 74, p. 52).
Air Defense Training, CPT Robert Kilmer, Jr. (J-F 82, pp. 26-27).
Air Defense with Small Arms, CPT Anthony J. OConnor (M-J 87, pp. 36-38).
Air Ground Integration Readiness at NTC, MAJ Rob Taylor (S-O 2008, pp. 42-46).
Air Volcano in the Light Fighters Toughest Scenario, MAJ Charles A. Jarnot (SeptemberDecember 98, pp. 34-37).
An Airborne School, SP4 Harry Gordon (M-J 68).
Alaska: The Last Frontier, CPT David M. Dacus, USA (J-A 74, pp. 48-52).
Ambush Alley: The Road to Zerok COP, SPC Micah E. Clare (J-F 2008, pp. 9-10).
Antitank Training, LT Michael L. Brown, USA (M-A 76, pp. 21-23).
Almost Expert, CPT John C. Edgecomb (J-A 79, pp. 40-41).
An Alternative Training Model for Reserve Component Annual Training, MAJ Frank Fragale and CPT
Kevin Walker (N-D 93, pp. 44-46).
The Altimeter, LTC William Menning (N-D 90, pp. 40-42).
Amphibious Warfare School, CPT Ernest W. Cooler III (M-J 82, pp. 8-9).
ANCOC: A Students Viewpoint, SSG Mark S. Wafler (M-A 84, pp. 6-8).
Another Dimension for Television at USAIS, CPT Carl King (S-O 72).
Army National Guard OCS, LTC Duncan M. Thompson (J-A 86, pp. 11-13).
Armor OES Expands to Include Reconnaissance-Centric Training, MG Terry L. Tucker (J-F 2006,
pp. 20-21). (Reprinted from the July-August 2005 issue of Armor Magazine.)
The Army and the People, SFC Paul A. Manser (M-J 80, pp. 9-10).
Army Sniper School Update, CPT Daniel Wilcox and SFC (Retire) Joe Pisarcik (N-D 12, pp 43-46).
The Army TS Enterprises: A New Paradigm for Training Support Army Training Support Center (MA 2010, pp.45-46).
The Art of Land Navigation: GPS Has Not Made Planning Obsolete, LTC Raymond Millen (JanuaryApril 2000, pp. 36-43).
ARTEP, COL Francis A. Nerone, USA, and CPT Michael J. Connor, USA (N-D 74, pp. 17-23).
ARTEP Development, MAJ Richard L. St. John (M-A 82, p. 38).
ARTEP: Phase I, LTC James B. Motley, USA (N-D 77, pp. 8-9).
ASAT: New Course Provides Soldiers with Critical Skill, COL Walter E. Piatt (A-A 12, pp 26-27).
The Assault, CPT Paul L. Conway (N-D 82, pp. 19-23).
Assault Course, LT Joseph G. Dodd, Jr. (N-D 79, pp. 34-37).
ATTE, CPT Larry G. Ardison (S-O 72).
Attending Graduate School, CPT Craig J. Currey (S-O 92, pp. 40-42).
Back to Basics, CPT Robert P. Dunleavy, USA (M-J 74, pp. 34-37).
Basic Officer Leader Course The So What in Junior Officer Education Today, COL Terry L. Sellers
(S-O 2008, pp. 6-8).
Basic Training Command, CPT Norman M. Sarff, USA (J-F 77, pp. 43-45).
Back to Basics: Training Close Combat Skills, LTC Thomas A. Dempsey (N-D 94, pp. 44-46).
BATS: The Bradley Advanced Training System, COL Ronald J. Jebavy (JulyDecember 97,
pp. 34-35).
The Battalion Blended Training Environment: Maximizing the Use of Simulations LTC Joseph M.
Nolan (N-D 2011, pp. 39-42).
Battalion Counterreconnaissance: Flooding the Zone at the NTC, CPT Bradley R. Royle and CPT
Richard G. Hobson (J-F 96, pp. 42-44).
Battalion Officer School, CPT Walter A. Schrepel (J-F 82, pp. 34-35).
Battle Drill PT, CPT Richard C. Cacioppe (M-J 68).
Battle Drill: React to Armor While Dismounted, CPT Fred Johnson (M-J 95, pp. 36-37).
Battle Drill Training Ladder, LT John D. McDonald (J-F 96, pp. 45-47).
A Battle in Every Classroom: Using Low-Overhead Simulations to Produce Experienced Captains and
Majors LTC Chuck Allen and Dr. James Sterrett (J-M 2012, pp. 44-47).

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Battle Run, CPT John R. Scales (J-A 80, pp. 39-40).


Battle Simulations, CPT Craig A. Triscari (J-A 96, pp. 43-44).
Battle Staff Training, MAJ William E. Harner (N-D 93, pp. 32-35).
BCST: The Armys Premier Battle Command Systems Task Trainer, Major Michael Spears (MarchJune 2009, pp. 49-50).
Benning School Conducts Raven Courses Vince Little (J-M 2011, p.48).
The Best Kept Secret, COL Frederick Peters (M-J 86, pp. 12-13).
Board for Dynamic Training, BG Paul F. Gorman (J-F 72).
BOLD SHIFT: Strength in Reserve, MG Jerry A. White, (S-O 92, COMMANDANTS NOTE, pp. 1-2).
The Bradley Challenge, LT Harry C. Andress (J-F 91, pp. 18-21).
Bradley Gunnery, CPT Robert W. Radcliffe and SSG Greg S. Burnett (M-J 86, pp. 35-36).
Bradley Gunnery: Back to the Basics MAJ Matthew Lee and CPT Robert Cuthbertson (N-D 2011, pp.
45-46).
Bradley Gunnery: Standardization Yields Stability, LTC Roy H. Adams, Jr., and CPT Clarence E.
Briggs, III (J-A 95, pp. 37-39).
Bradley Gunnery Tips, CPT Steven A. Shelby (J-A 96, pp. 36-39).
Bradley Gunnery Training, LT Thomas G. Ziek, Jr. (J-F 86, pp. 37-39).
The Bradley Master Gunner, CPT John F. DAgostino (M-A 84, pp. 9-10).
The Bradley Master Gunner, CPT Jonathan D. Thompson (J-F 93, pp. 29-30).
The Bradley Master Gunner Course and ARFORGEN, SFC Matthew Hinkley, 1SG Timothy Terpak
and LTC Robert Cerjan, (N-D 2006, pp. 26-31).
Bradley MILES Training: What I Didnt Know as a Company Commander, CPT Gregory A. Watt
(M-J 93, pp. 32-35).
Bradley NET, CPT Nicholas F. Altomare (J-A 83, pp. 29-30).
Bradley Training Devices, David W. Reiss (M-J 86, pp. 38-39).
Bradley Units Ready for Training with Modernized Conduct of Fire Trainer. George A. Moore (M-J 05,
pp 9-10).
Bridge Demolition, MAJ Henry Lee, USA (J-F 74, pp. 49-50).
The B. S. Method, CPT Gary T. Rogers, USA (J-A 74, pp. 41-42).
BTMS in a Headquarters Company, CPT Tamas F. Dreilinger (J-F 85, pp. 17-18).
The BTR-T: New Use for Old Tank Hulls, Adam Geibel (May-August 2000, pp. 16-18).
The Buck Stops Here, MAJ Alexander P. Shine, USA (N-D 76, pp. 23-26). (Company aommanders
training responsibilities.)
Building on the Past as We Prepare for the Future: The Armys Next Training Model LTC Chris
Budihas and MAJ Kevin Broadnax (J-M 2012, pp.25-29).
CACC System, CPT Stephen Orloff (S-O 82, p. 11).
CALFEX Range Safety, CPT Charles J. Winn (J-A 83, pp. 37-38).
CALFEX: Tactical Training with a Purpose, CPT E.J. Nusbaum and CPT John T. Robinson (M-A 85,
pp. 42-44).
CAMMS, LTC William L. Howard (J-A 82, pp. 37-38).
Camouflage, MSG Grady Deen, USA (N-D 74, pp. 50-51).
The Case for Squad Sharpshooters, LTC Michael R. Harris (USA, Ret.) (September-December 99,
pp. 23-28).
CASEVAC for Light Infantry Units at a Combat Training Center, CPT James Sisemore (S-O 96,
pp. 9-11).
CATS Provides Training Assistance, SGM Charles Covington (Oct-Dec 13, pp 36-40).
Cavalry Leaders Course: More Than 25 Years of Training Cavalry Professionals, MAJ Ryan J. Gainey
CPT Joe Byerly CPT Brian J. Harris (M-J 2-13, pp. 48-50).
CD Training, LT Kenneth W. Arnold (N-D 82, pp. 33-34).
Celtic Cross IV: The Light-Heavy Mix (Part l), INFANTRY Staff (M-A 87, pp. 27-32). (The proposed
Part 2 follow-up was not published.)
Center Stresses Counterinsurgency Mission, Jim Garamone (M-A 2006, p. 4).
Centralize the Plan, Decentralize the Execution, LT Michael A. Galassi (M-A 86, pp. 41-42).
Chain Training: Revisiting an Old Idea, MG John R. Galvin (S-O 82, pp. 17-18).
Chance for Survival, CPT David R. Moss, USA (M-A 75, pp. 43-44).

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CIPC, CPT John L. Wolf (J-A 85, p. 43). (Combat Intelligence Proficiency Course)
Civil Affairs Forces: Civilians on the Battlefield at the JRTC, Members of the Combat Training
Branch, U.S. Army Civil Affairs and PSYOPS Command, and CA Planners at JRTC (JanuaryApril 99, pp. 35-38).
A Claymore Simulator, Robert Naborney (J-A 74, p. 42).
Close Combat Training, CPT Darryl W. Daugherty and CPT Drew Watson (J-A 90, pp. 38-40).
Close Combat Training Using the IDPA System. CPT Jay Shebuski (M-A 04, pp. 35-39).
CMTC Lessons: Company Operations, MAJ Daniel J. Klecker and CPT Jaime L. Bonano (N-D 92,
pp. 26-32).
CMTC Lessons From the Platoon Leaders Perspective, SFC George L. Brooks and LT Ross F.
Lightsey, (May-August 98, pp. 38-41).
The CMTC Meeting Engagement: Proper Spirit Plus Sound Training, CPT Blaise Cornell-dEchert, Jr.
(S-O 93, pp. 37-42).
Combined Arms Weapons Proficiency for the HBCT, SFC Tommy Howard (N-D 2006, pp. 10-12).
Cohesion in a Non-COHORT Company, CPT Mike Hughes (J-A 85, pp. 16-17).
COHORT Battalion Training, CPT Harold E. Raugh, Jr. (N-D 86, pp. 25-28).
COHORT Company Reception, LT Michael C. Cloy (N-D 86, pp. 29-32).
COHORT Company Training Program, LTC Joseph C. Windle and CPT Harold E. Raugh, Jr. (N-D 84,
pp. 26-29).
COIN Cliff Notes: Techniques for the Conventional Rifle Platoon in Laymans Terms, CPT Craig
Coppock (J-A 2008, pp. 11-14).
Cold Regions: Environmental Influences on Military Operations, Part 1, BG Peter W. Clegg and COL
Robert H. Clegg (J-A 92, pp. 27-32).
Cold Regions: Environmental Influences on Military Operations, Part 2, BG Peter W. Clegg and COL
Robert H. Clegg (S-O 92,pp. 26-32).
Cold Weather Operations: Part 1, INFANTRY Staff (S-O 80, 27-29).
Cold Weather Operations: Part 2, INFANTRY Staff (N-D 80, 27-30).
Combat Cross-Country Course, LTC George A. Fisher (M-J 83, pp. 36-37).
Combat-Focused Combined Arms Training, Captain William J. Dougherty and SSG Reed Mathis
(M-J 2007, pp. 41-44).
Combat Lifesaver Training, LT Kyle C. Campbell (M-J 92, pp. 38-39).
Combat Marksmanship, Rex Ellis (S-O 75, pp. 50-51).
Combat Reporting, (CN), CPT Dennis J. Gillem (M-J 69).
Combat Training Centers in Support of Training Excellence, MG Kenneth C. Leuer (M-A 88,
COMMANDANTS NOTE, pp. 1-2).
Combined Arms Weapons Proficiency for the HBCT, SFC Tommy Howard (N-D 2006, pp. 10-12).
Command Post Operations for a Company Heavy Team at JRTC, LT Brian L. Compton (SeptemberDecember 2000, pp. 47-48).
The Commanders Intent, CPT Thomas M. Jordan (M-J 88, pp. 11-12).
Commanding a Light Infantry Headquarters Company, CPT Christopher M. Holden (M-J 92,
pp. 23-27).
A Commanders View: Sustaining Marksmanship While Deployed, LTC David Liwanag (N-D 2007,
pp. 45-46).
A Company Commanders Keys to Success at the NTC, CPT Rick A. Baillergeon and CPT John R.
Sutherland (M-J 94, pp. 33-38).
The Company FSO, CPT Clyde J. Sincere III (S-O 87, pp. 15-16).
The Company FSO: A Learning Process, CPT David B. Hilburn (M-A 93, pp. 40-42).
Company Initial Training Program: Integrating Newly Assigned Soldiers, LT Lawrence O. Basha
(September-December 98, pp. 44-46).
Company-Level Search and Attack: Sharpening Warfighting Skills at the JRTC, CPT Harold D. Baker,
Jr. (May-August 2000, pp. 42-44).
Company Training Calendar: Tips and Strategies, Manns, Tyrone T. (CPT), (May-August 98, pp. 4143).
The Company Training NCO, MAJ Gerald T. Cecil (S-O 80, pp. 43-44).
A Company Training Program, CPT William D. Hewitt and MAJ Vernon W. Humphrey (M-A 83,
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A Complex Web, MAJ Richard P. Diehl, USA (N-D 76, pp. 42-45). (Increasing unit effectiveness.)
Computer Assisted Instruction, 1LT Thomas H. Dodd (S-O 71).
Concerning Safety, CPT Thomas P. Kratman (M-J 85, pp. 10-12).
The Conduct of Crew Drill, CPT Paul A. Rowlings (S-O 73).
Confidence Course, CPT John L. Clarke (J-A 80, pp. 9-10).
Congressional Fellowship Program Offers Unique Opportunities, MAJ Tim Meadows (A-A 12, p 50).
Constructing a Platoon FOB in Afghanistan, CPT Chris OBrien (J-F 2008, pp. 34-37).
Convoy Live-Fire Exercises, LT Tod A. Langley and LT Donald J. Mahoney (J-A 95, pp. 31-33).
Coordination Trip for An Off-Post Deployment, CPT Steven D. Cage (J-F 88, pp. 14-16).
Cordon and Search, LT James Sisemore (J-A 94, pp. 41-43).
Course of Action Analysis: How to Wargame, LTC Richard P. McEvoy (J-A 96, pp. 11-14).
Counter-reconnaissance, MAJ David J. Ozolek (S-O 86, pp. 34-37).
Counter-reconnaissance HMMWVs, CPT Mark N. Grdovic (M-J 94, pp. 44-47).
CS Can Save Lives, CPT Anthony B. Hamm (N-D 69).
CSS Training, MAJ Glenn W. Davis (M-A 88, pp. 31-33).
The Cult of Arms: SoW Essential to Maintaining Ability to Wage Successful Wars 1LT Joseph Morsello
(Jan-April 2010, pp. 37-43)
Culture: Reasons for Friendly and Enemy Analysis, CPT William Ault (S-O 2007, pp. 15-16).
The Current State of Military Mountaineering LTC Nate Lord, MAJ Dave Bragg and SGM (Retired)
Darren Bean (M-A 2010, pp. 43-44).
Curriculum Changes, MG John W. Foss (J-F 85, COMMANDANTS NOTE, p. 2).
Danger Close: Calculating Risk Within The Last 100 Yards,MAJ Matthew R. Myer (M-J 2013, pp. 3641).
The Day of Reckoning, LTC Thomas J. Levasseur, Jr., USA (S-O 74, pp. 25-28).
Defensive and Evasive Driver Training, Major Rich R. Rouleau (J-A 2007, pp. 41-45).
Demolition Training, LT Theodore H. Rhodes (M-J 90, pp. 26-30).
Deployment Plan for the Combat Maneuver Training Center, LTC Michael E. Carr (May-August 99,
pp. 47-48).
Desert Driving Tips, by MAJ Harold E. Raugh, Jr. (J-A 92, pp. 33-34).
The Desert: Its Different, S.L.A. Marshall, PAST TIMES (J-F 91, pp. 31-32).
Developing a Trained and Ready SFAAT, LTC Jared L. Ware (M-J 2013, pp. 42-45).
Developing a Training Plan for a Line Company Supply Section, SFC John M. Duezabou (M-A 96,
pp. 41-43).
Developing Lieutenants, CPT Craig J. Currey (M-J 90, pp. 9-11).
Developing OPFOR Soldiers, CPT Geoffrey N. Blake, LT Steven D. Young, and LT Karl I. Kussow
(J-F 94, pp. 39-41).
Developing the Warrior Spirit in Ranger Training, CPT William M. Connor, Jr. (May-August 99,
pp. 45-47).
Dismounted Drill, CPT Clarence K.K. Chinn (M-A 86, pp. 44-45).
Dismounted Infantry Training: A Mechanized Approach, CPT Edward R. Garcia (N-D 96, pp. 36-37).
Dismounted Maneuver Live-Fire, CPT Fred Johnson (M-J 94, pp. 41-44).
Dismounted Training Day, LT Michael P. Ryan (M-A 88, pp. 28-29).
Drills, MAJ Royal A. Brown III and CPT Mark E. Crooks (J-A 85, pp. 35-38).
Drop Zone Support Team Training, CPT Paul S. Warren (N-D 93, pp. 38-39).
DSTS: System Provides Flexible, Realistic Squad Training, CSM Steven W. McClaflin (A-A 12, pp 4143).
Duty in a Training Company, LT Peter C. Molin (N-D 91, pp. 9-10).
Dynamic Planning, Norman Shuman (S-O 74, p. 46).
Dynamic Training, Artic Style: A Report from Alaska, COL John A. Bender (N-D 72).
Dynamic Training for Rifle Squads, COL John L. Osteen, Jr., CPT Stephen R. Haney, and CPT
Lawrence D. Galehouse (N-D 71).
Effective EIB Training, CSM Jeffrey J. Mellinger (May-August 2000, pp. 44-46).
Effective Fire Support at the JRTC, LTC Bruce A. Brant (S-O 94, pp. 39-43).
Effective Leadership Training, CPT Melvin E. Kriesel (N-D 66).
EIB Testing: A Different Way of Thinking, 75th Ranger Regiment Public Affairs (J-F 2009, pp 47-50).

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EIB XXI: New Changes in Store for EIB Testing, EIB Testing Support Office (August-December 2009,
page 42).
EISPE, MG Joseph C. McDonough, USA (N-D 76, pp. 19-22). (8th Infantry Divisions modified EIB
testing.)
Electronic Warfare and the Infantryman, CPT Gregory O. Bodge (September-December 2000, pp. 1516).
Embarkation, CPT John D. McGuire, USMC (M-J 82, pp. 11-12).
Employment and Training of a Light Infantry Battalion Antitank Platoon, CPT Michael Dane Acord
(January-April 98, pp. 45-47).
Empty RifleWhat Now Sir? (CN), CPTS George W. Hughes and Raymond C. Morris (N-D 70).
Enhanced Home-Station Gunnery, MAJ Gary W. Ace and SFC William D. LaCombe (M-A 95,
pp. 38-39).
Environmental Influences on Desert Operations, COL Robert H. Clegg (M-J 92, pp. 28-34).
Escape and Evasion Training, CPT John S. Zachau (J-A 93, pp. 45-46).
The Essence of Infantry, MG Michael F. Spigelmire (M-A 90, COMMANDANTS NOTE, M-A 90,
pp. 1-2).
Establishing a Training Center for Diyala Border Enforcement, Captain Joseph Wise (J-A 2006, pp. 4245).
The Evolution of Ranger School: Supporting the Squad as the Foundation of the Decisive Force, MAJ
Peter C. Vangjel and CPT Michael Filanowski (J-A 13, pp 19-22).
Exercise Celtic Cross IV, Infantry School (N-D 87, pp. 18-21).
Exercise Sets Stage for Post-Iraq/Afghanistan Training, Donna Miles (J-A 13, p 27)
Expanding Horizons, MAJ W. H. Minnis, Canadian Armed Forces (N-D 75, pp. 48-49).
Expanding Sniper School Programs, SSG Jeffrey T. Davis (September-December 2000, pp. 20-22).
The Expert Infantryman Badge Test, MG Michael F. Spigelmire (S-O 89, COMMANDANTS NOTE,
p. 1).
Extended Cross-Attachment, LTC William A. DePalo (J-A 84, pp. 5-6).
FAOAC: A 7x50 View, CPT Timothy A. Scully (J-F 84, pp. 8-9).
FASIT: Low Bandwidth RF Solution in a Hardwired World Joe Smith and James Todd (J-M 2012, pp.
50-51).
FCS Capability Accelerated for IBCTs, C. Tood Lopez (J-A 2008, p. 5).
FDC Techniques, LT Stephen P. Perkins (N-D 83, p. 13).
Fire Control, LTC Wolf D. Kutter and MAJ Glenn M. Harned (N-D 84, pp. 30-32).
Fire Support Base PT Program, (CN), CPT James D. McMonigle (N-D 70).
Firearms Training System: A Proposal for Future ROE Training, CPT David G. Bolgiano (J-A 96,
pp. 44-46).
The First Army IED Training Methodology, COL Daniel L. Zajac, MAJ Brian A. Bissonnette, CPT
John F. Carson, Jr. (J-A 05, pp. 43-46).
First Sergeant Duty, MSG Bertram F. Vaughan (September-December 2000, pp. 12-13).
The First Step: A Second Lieutenants Guide, George G. Eddy (J-F 87, pp. 18-19).
The Five-Degree Method, LT Mitchell E. Toryanski (J-F 82, pp. 32-33).
Flex-HOC, SP4 Eric Jorve (J-F 82, pp. 27-30).
FM 25-100, Training the Force, MG Michael F. Spigelmire (M-A 89, COMMANDANTS NOTE,
pp. 1-2).
Forced March and Live Fire, LT William O. Odom (J-A 83, pp. 34-36).
Foreign Weapons Training: a necessity for Tactical Advising CPT Micah J. Shockley (N-D 2010, pp. 3536)
A Forgotten War, CPT Michael A. Phipps (N-D 84, pp. 38-40).
The Foot March: A Tactical Maneuver, LTC Roland J. Tiso, Jr. (J-F 91, pp. 43-44).
From the Commanders Mind to Steel on Target, LTC Matthew T. Hale and MAJ John Mark Mattox
(May-August 99, pp. 19-24).
From one NCO to Another: Simulation Training Devices Need to be Used SGM Patrick Ogden (A-M
2011, pp. 47-48).
The FTX, MAJ Holland E. Bynam (N-D 68).
Future Challenges, MG Jerry A. White, COMMANDANTS NOTE (N-D 91, pp. 1-2).
Getting More Out of the Bradley Platoon Gunnery Trainer, CPT Craig A. Collier (J-A 95, pp. 41-43).

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Good FirersPoor Shooters, MAJ John C. Wilkinson (N-D 68).


Green Tab to Green Tab Fire Support: The BCT Commanders Best Fires Asset, MG Peter M. Vangjel
(Chief of Field Artillery) (M-J 2008, pp. 18-20). (This article first appeared in the March-April issue
of Fires, a Joint Professional Bulletin for U.S. Field and Air Artillerymen.)
Grim Games, R. A. Beaumont (M-A 68).
Ground LOGPACs for Light Infantry: Lessons Learned at the JRTC, CPT Brian Traynor (SeptemberDecember 99, pp. 16-18).
Group Study Methods Nets Pro Pay for Entire Committee, CPT Hinton Crockett, Jr. (M-J 73).
A Guide for Small Unit Commanders on the Media Embed Program LTC Philip F. Battaglia (M-J 05,
pp 15-17).
Gunnery for the Light Infantry Company, CPT Matthew M. Canfield (March-June 97, pp. 36-38).
Hand-to-Hand Combat Training and the Nine Principles of War, SSG Raymond O. Leso (M-A 92,
pp. 13-14).
The Hasty Air Assault Special Staff Officer, LT Matthew C. Densmore (September- December 2000,
pp. 13-14).
Heavy-Light Reconnaissance and Counterreconnaissance TTPs, MAJ Craig A. Triscari (MayAugust 99, pp. 38-40).
Helocasting, CPT Lynn E. Lanzoni (S-O 79, pp. 46-48).
Help for You From USAIS, CPT Vernon Humphrey (M-A 72).
A High Price, CPT Thomas D. Slear (J-F 79, pp. 10-12).
A Higher Calling: Training Curve is Steep at the Army Mountain Warfare School, Bob Rosenburgh (JF 2008, pp. 38-40).
Historical TEWT, CPT Derek A. Miller (M-A 87, pp. 22-26).
History, the Myth, and the Staff Ride: A New Look at the Development of Subordinate Leaders, Major
Andrew M. Del Gaudio, USMC (July 2009, pp. 47-50).
A Home in the Wilderness, MAJ Ronald D. Turner (M-A 70).
How Do I Betray Thee? Let Me Count the Ways, SGM Charles Morrison (J-F 73).
I Can, CPT Joseph W. McKinney, USA (M-A 76, pp. 24-25).
An IBCT RECON Squadron in Full Spectrum Operations LTC Brian K. Flood, MAJ James A. Hayes,
and MAJ Forrest V. Cook (J-M 2011, pp.23-32).
IED Defeat Gated Training Strategy: A Holistic Approach to Preparing Units and Soldiers for Combat,
Colonel Kenneth J. Crawford (July 2009, pp. 41-45).
An Important Weapon in COIN Operations: The Key Leaders Engagement, CPT Joe Curtis (J-A
2008, pp. 35-42).
Improved EIB: The Standard of Excellence, Harry Ikner (M-A 85, pp. 15-17).
Improving Army Small Arms Training and Qualification MAJ Jonathan A. Cowen (N-D 2010, pp. 3738)
Improving Combat Readiness: Developing and Implementing Effective Training, COL Thomas M.
Jordan (September-December 2000, pp. 35-38).
Improving M901 ITV Training, MAJ V. Paul Baerman (M-A 83, pp. 40-41).
Improving MOUT and Battle Focused Training, LTC Karl W. Eikenberry (M-J 93, pp. 36-39).
Individual Training, CPT Warren D. Wilson (M-A 82, pp. 36-37).
Infantry and Tanks, CPT Guy C. Swan III (M-J 82, pp. 37-39).
The Infantry Battalion AAR: Observer-Controller Team Planning and Preparation, LTC Karl W.
Eikenberry (J-F 94, pp. 22-26).
The Infantry Battalion AAR: Preparation and Presentation, LTC Karl W. Eikenberry (M-A 94,
pp. 27-32).
Infantry Captains Career Course Moves to an Outcome-Based Curriculum, Colonel Casey P. Haskins
(M-A 2006, pp. 37-41).
InfantryCenterpiece of a Force Projection Army, MG Jerry A. White, COMMANDANTS NOTE
(M-A 93, pp. 1-2).
Infantry Gunnery Training Program, SFC Philip R. Albert (S-O 93, pp. 33-35).
INFANTRY Interview, MG William B. Steele (N-D 77, pp. 16-17).
The Infantry OSUT FTX, CPT Gary M. Brito (N-D 94, pp. 46-47).
Infantry Rolling Against the Punch, COL Ben S. Malcom (M-J 72).
The Infantry School, MG Edwin H. Burba, Jr. (M-A 86, COMMANDANTS NOTE, pp. 2-4).

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Infantry School training, MG John W. Foss (M-J 84, COMMANDANTS NOTE, p. 14).
Infantry Small Arms and Marksmanship Training, MG John W. Foss (N-D 85, COMMANDANTS
NOTE, pp. 2-3).
The Infantry Training Center, MG Carmen J. Cavezza, COMMANDANTS NOTE (M-J 91, pp. 1-2).
Infantry Training Center, MG James J. Lindsay (M-A 84, COMMANDANTS NOTE, p. 2).
Infantry TrainingFrom the Beginning, MG Jerry A. White, COMMANDANTS NOTE (J-F 93,
pp. 1-2).
Infantry Training Strategies, MG Carmen J. Cavezza (S-O 90, COMMANDANTS NOTE, pp. 1-2).
Initial Entry Training Company METL Assessment, MAJ Joseph C. Sloop (N-D 96, pp. 44-45).
Intelligence Collection and Sharing, CPT Timothy Hsia (J-F 2008, pp. 20-22).
Intelligence Instinct Can Be Developed, MAJ James B. Channon (M-A 72).
Intel/Recon in the DATE, 1LT Jeremy D. Mounticure (J-A 13, p 31).
Intelligence Sharing: A Not So New Concept Given New Life, MAJ J.R. Johnson (M-J 2008, pp. 44-45).
Internal Support by Fire in the Deliberate Attack, CPT Glenn M. Connor (S-O 95, pp. 44-46).
Interoperability Works, LTG Eugene P. Forrester (J-F 82, pp. 6-8).
The IOBC Mentorship Program, CPT David M. Toczek (M-A 96, pp. 45-46).
IOBC: A Recent Graduates View, 2LT John D. Marshall (M-J 70).
IOBC Tactical Problems, CPT Stephen A. Johnson (N-D 88, pp. 39-41).
IOBC: Training Infantry Platoon Leaders, MSG Charles G. Beer (N-D 89, pp. 33-35).
Iron Squad Stakes, CPT Charles W. Paxton and LT John S. Weaver (J-A 86, pp. 38-40).
Island Warfare, MAJ Robert L. Maginnis (N-D 90, pp. 24-27).
Israeli MOUT Training, CPT Edwin L. Kennedy, Jr. (M-A 84, p. 13).
ITEP Made Simple, CPT Jon F. Irelan (J-F 90, p. 43).
ITEP: What Is It? MAJ William R. Shirley (J-A 84, pp. 34-36).
ITV Combat Qualification Course, CPT James W. Tompkins, Jr. and LT Harry E. Mornston (M-J 85,
pp. 40-42).
ITV Gunnery Training, CPT Terry M. Henry (M-A 89, pp. 36-37).
The JANUS CPX: One Battalions Solution, MAJ Rex E. Jessup, CPT Timothy J. Kelly, and CSM Jack
C. Keefer (N-D 96, pp. 38-41).
Jeep Self-Recovery, CPT Robert E. Harry (N-D 72).
JFCC, CPT Guy C. Swan III (N-D 82, pp. 38-39).
Joint Readiness Training Center, MJ K.C. Leuer (M-A 88, COMMANDANTS NOTE, pp. 1-2).
JRTC: Live Fire Operations, by CPT Charles W. Durr (J-F 93, pp. 31-33).
JRTC National Guard LRS Lessons, Mr. Thomas E. Carlson (M-A 93, pp. 43-45).
JRTC: The OPFORs Training, CPT Stanley Wilson (J-A 90, pp. 31-34).
The JRTC: Platoon and Squad Lessons Learned, LT Robert F. Toole, Jr., and LT Stanley G. Genega,
Jr. (M-A 92, P. 30-32).
JRTC Reflections of an Enhanced Brigade Commander, BG Frederic J. Raymond (July-December 97,
pp. 35-38).
Jungle Operations Training Center, MAJ Calvin C. Seybold, USA (N-D 74, pp. 52-54).
Jungle Rappelling, MSG Dave Goldie (N-D 82, pp. 31-33).
Jungle Reaction Course, CPT David R. Livingston (S-O 66).
JUST CAUSE: MOUT Lessons Learned, MAJ Robert G. Boyko (M-J 91, p. 28-32).
Kangaroo 89: U.S. Light Infantry in the Outback, LTC Cole C. Kingseed (M-J 90, pp. 36-38).
Keeping the M17 Mask in its Carrier, SSG Brent Holman, SWAP SHOP (M-A 93, p. 47).
Know Your Angles, Georgann Lucariello (M-A 87, pp. 38-39).
The Lanceros: Heroes Past and Present, CPT David L. Sonnier (M-A 90, pp. 13-16).
Land Navigation, MAJ Robert G. Boyko (M-A 87, pp. 36-37).
Land Navigation: A Common Task, Not Commonly Understood, Noel J. Hotchkiss (M-A 84,
pp. 25-28).
Land Navigation: A Critical Skill, CPT H. Stogner, Jr. (N-D 87, pp. 39-40).
Land Warrior: Dominating Dismounted Operations, LTC(P) W.W. Prior (M-J 2008, pp. 12-14).
Law of War Training: A Practical Program, CPT Frederic L. Borch III (N-D 85, pp. 33-35).
A Layered Approach to Training Battle Staffs within Digital Tactical Operations Centers, Gary
Lawrence (Jul-Sep 13, pp 34-38).
Leader Conversion: Stryker Style, LTC Jay Macklin and MAJ Jerome Sibayan (J-A 05, pp. 7-10).

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Leaders Reaction Course, MAJ Robert L. Maginnis (N-D 86, pp. 14-16).
Leave the Radios Home, COL Bernard Loeffke, USA; MAJ Ralph Hagler, USA; MAJ Peter Brown,
British Army (N-D 77, pp. 11-13).
Lessons From the IDF, CPT James R. Rowland and CWO-2 William G. Bledsoe (J-F 83, pp. 36-37).
Lets Level the Training Field for Mechanized Infantrymen, 1SGT Jeffery A. Hof (January-April 99,
pp. 17-18).
Lets Replace Battle Drill 6, CPT Drew R. Meyerowich (May-August 98, pp. 11-15).
A Letter to Infantrymen, BG Paul F. Gorman (N-D 71).
Letter from Somalia: An S-3s Observations, LTC Martin N. Stanton (J-F 95, pp. 13-14).
Let Them Do It! CPT Stephen A. Bourque (J-A 80, pp. 43-44).
A Lieutenants Guide to Ranger School 2LT Duncan W. Moore (S-O 2011, pp.40-43)
Light Battalion Operations at the National Training Center, LTC Frank J. Stone (N-D 95, pp. 36-41).
Light Infantry Company at REFORGER, CPT Richard F. Dauch and LT Shawn R. Schiffer (S-O 90,
pp. 29-33).
Light Infantry Company Defense, CPT Matthew M. Canfield (J-A 96, pp. 39-42).
Light Infantry Weapons Squads, CPT Robert Thornton (May-August 2000, pp. 11-13).
The Light Leaders Course, CPT William D. Phillips (J-F 85, pp. 35-37).
Live Fire Drills, CPT William B. Crews and LT Randy D. Luten (N-D 86, pp. 35-36).
Live Fire Exercises, CPT Gary A. Bracht (N-D 85, pp. 36-38).
Live Fire Exercises, CPT William B. Crews (M-J 87, pp. 34-36).
Live Fire Training, CPT John E. Bessler (J-F 94, pp. 42-44).
Logical Antiarmor Training, CPT James Lenihan (M-A 85, pp. 40-4l).
The Lost Art of Patrolling, MAJ Thomas J. Kuster, Jr. (M-J 87, pp. 21-25).
Lost Man Drill, SFC Gordon L. Rottman, SWAP SHOP (S-O 86, p. 19).
Low Density MOS Small Arms Gunnery Krivda, Erik (MAJ). (M-J 05, pp 49-50).
Low Intensity Conflict: What Captains Should Study, COL Richard T. Rhoades (M-A 91, pp. 10-12).
LRSU Course, William Lyde, Jr. (N-D 86, pp. 37-38).
Maggies Drawers, CPT William D. Eisenhart, Jr. (J-F 72).
The Making of an Infantry Lieutenant, CPT Robert C. Pittard (S-O 84, pp. 27-28).
Managing the Range Environment for Infantry Training. Jason R. Applegate. (M-J 04, pp. 47-48).
Maneuver Battalion Mortuary Affairs Operations and Training, MAJ Scott T. Glass (M-A 96,
pp. 17-18).
Maneuver Captains Course Incorporates Leaders Decision Exercise CPT Dan Fall (A-M 2011, pp. 4546).
Manning, Training, Equipping a Company Battle Staff, Colonel Harry D. Tunnell, Lieutenant Colonel
Burton Shields, Major Gerd Schroeder and Captain Christopher Molino (J-F 2009, pp 9-12).
Map Boards to CPOF: An Airborne Infantry Battalion at JRTC and the Challenges to Providing SA
During an FSO Rotation LTC Curtis A. Buzzard (A-M 2011, pp.10-13).
Map Reading Basics, MAJ Stanley H. Holgate and SSG Thomas A. Scrapansky (J-F 82, pp. 31-32).
Marksmanship Training, Rex Ellis (M-J 75, pp. 17-19).
Marksmanship Training: A Better Way, MAJ Michael C. Okita (J-A 93, pp. 43-45).
Marksmanship Training: More Than the Basics, SFC Steven D. Miller (September-December 99,
pp. 41-44).
Marksmanship Training: Quick-Fire Techniques, CPT Bryan P. Hernandez (May-August 99, pp. 4345).
Marksmenship Training Screaming Eagle Style LTC Donn Hill, MSG Jeffrey Fenlason, and BG Steve
Townsend (N-D 2010, pp. 29-40)
Marne Maneuver Training, LTC Richard J. Morgan, Jr. (N-D 83, pp. 34-36).
Master Fitness Course, CPT Samuel J. Padgett, Jr. (M-A 88, pp. 38-39).
Master Gunner Course, SFC Russell K. Butts (M-J 86, pp. 36-37).
MAT, The Mobile Advisory Team, 1LT John L. Hayes (M-A 71).
Mech Week, LT Dan Phipps (Pseudonym) (M-A 74, pp. 18-20).
Mechanized InfantryClose Combat Fighters of the Heavy Force, MG Carl F. Ernst (March-June 97,
pp. 1-2).
Medical Operations in a Mechanized Infantry Battalion, LT Michael W. Smith (M-A 93, pp. 35-39).

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Merging Technology and Training: The 82nd Airborne Divisions Master Gunner Program. MAJ
Malcolm B. Frost, CPT John C. Jackson, MSG Michael A. Valdez. (Spring 02, pp. 32-35).
MILES Games Equals Training, LTC John M. LeMoyne, CPT Mark Van Drie, and SFC Larry M.
Sluder, Jr. (J-F 85, pp. 39-41).
MILES Sniper Training, MAJ Glenn F. Rogers, Jr. and LT Michael S. Hackney (M-A 83, pp. 20-23).
Military Awakening: Clear, Hold, Build and the Development of Awakening Councils and Iraqi Police,
CPT Matthew M. McCreary (J-A 2008, pp. 31-34).
Military Discipline and the Soldier, COL Henry E. Kelly (M-J 68).
Military History: Its Importance Today, MAJ John L. Lane (M-J 87, pp. 11-12).
Military Operations on Urban Terrain, CPT John S. Zachau (N-D 92, pp. 44-46).
Military Skiers, CPT John R. Bohannon, USA (J-F 75, pp. 17-19).
Military Symbols: Mark of a Professional, MAJ Harry Z. Kageleiry (J-A 70).
Mind Your Manners, MAJ J. P. Westbrook, USA (M-A 77, pp. 48-50). (Training at a naval base.)
Missed Opportunities: Cultural Awareness is Critical During Crises, LTC David Oclander (S-O 12, 2425).
Mission Command Staff Trainer The Armys Premier Mission Command Collective Task Trainer,
Gregory Eddy (M-J 2013, p 25).
Mistakes: The Key to Learning, MAJ Noyes B. Livingston III (N-D 91, pp. 43-45).
Mobile Training Teams, MAJ Robert Kilmer, Jr. (J-A 84, pp. 8-9).
Modern Dragoons: Bradley Mechanized Infantry, CPT Christopher E. Lockhart (N-D 92, pp. 33-35).
Modern Training: Challenge of Peacetime Army, MAJ James D. Strachan (J-A 73).
Modoc Indian War, 1873: A Battle Staff Ride for Company Leaders, CPT James R. Brann and CPT
Gregory T. Day (S-O 96, pp. 37-39).
More Battle Drill, COL Henry E. Kelley, Retired (J-F 72).
Mortar Short-Range Training Rounds: Cost Effective, but Misunderstood, CPT Gary D. Jones
(January-April 2000, pp. 46-48).
Mortars and Mirrors, A Limited Facility Training Aid, MSG Charles L. Bryant, Retired (J-F 72).
Motorized at the NTC, LTC Steven D. Vermillion (M-A 89, pp. 11-14).
Mountain Operations: A Historical Perspecitve, Russell A. Eno (J-F 2008, pp. 23-25).
Mountaineering and Leadership: The 5th Ranger Training Battalion, MAJ Stephen A. Hiller and
Major Mark R. Morrow, (January-April 98, pp. 37-39).
Mounted Land Navigation, LT Richard Thomas (N-D 85, pp. 39-40).
MOUT and the Inter-Active Video Disc, Staff Anthony DePass, Australian Army (M-J 85, pp. 39-40).
MOUT Battle Drills for Infantry and Tanks, CPT Douglas Stewart (M-J 93, pp. 40-42).
MOUT Training and the IPB, LTC Gary L. Brohawn and Frederick J. DuPont (May-August 2000,
pp. 32-33).
MOUT Training during Peacekeeping Deployments, CPT Erik Krivda (Winter 03, pp. 47-48).
Moving to an Alternate CP, CPT Robin P. Swan (J-F 88, pp. 37-38).
Moving Targets, LTC Paul L. Davis, USA (M-J 76, pp. 11-12). (Rifle marksmanship training.)
Moving Under Fire, CPT Michael C. Cloy and COL John W. May, Jr. (N-D 92, pp. 35-38).
Movement to Contact and Hasty Attack, CPT William O. Odom (N-D 88, pp. 17-24).
The MQS System, CGSC Staff (N-D 90, pp. 10-11).
Munition Effectiveness Manuals, Michael R. Jacobson (S-O 94,pp. 15-16).
MWDs: A Cost Effective, Low Tech Answer to a Persistent and Deadly Threat LTC Richard Vargus,
SSG Francis Hoeflinger, and Reggie Smith (S-O 2011, pp. 46-48).
A Nail is Missing, LTC Edwin T. Nance, Jr. (M-J 68).
National Training Center OPFOR Insight, CPT Jeffrey D. Church (January-February 97, pp. 41-45).
The NCO Academy, MG Kenneth C. Leuer (M-J 88, COMMANDANTS NOTE, pp. 1-2).
NCO Education System, CPT Thomas P. Curtin (M-J 72).
NCO-Focused AARs: How to Make the Unit Better, CSM Walter E. Rakow (J-A 05, pp. 11-14).
The NCO and Training, CPT Joseph J. Collins, USA (J-F 77, pp. 24-25).
NCOES, SFC Richard L. Fields (J-F 73).
NCOES: Changes Make Courses More Relevant to GWOT, Augustus J. Francis, Sr. (S-O 2008, p. 13).
NCOSI, MSG Harry Ikner, USA (J-F 77, pp. 39-40).
The Need for a Stryker Master Trainer in the SBCT, SFC Michael Hertig and MAJ Mark S. Leslie, (N-

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D 2006, pp. 6-9).


NET, LTC Robert L. Friedrich (S-O 84, pp. 32-36).
New and Improved LOMAH Shot Location System, SFC (Retired) Matthew Golden and MAJ (Retired)
Dennis Terry (Jul-Sep 13, pp 44-45).
New Appraisal of an Old Enemy: Aggressor, MAJ Hal G. Mann (J-A 72).
The New Bradley Gunnery Standards, CPT Benjamin Higginbotham and SFC Anthony Ananea
(March-June, pp. 29-32).
New Manual, CPT(P) Phillip E. Bodine, USA and CPT Boyce T. White, Jr. (N-D 76, pp. 45-46). (Air
assault doctrine.)
New Zealands Staff and Tactics Course, CPT Michael W. Alvis (N-D 83, pp. 36-38).
Night Firing, MSG Edward C. Shelley and SFC Frank A. Recktenwald (M-J 89, pp. 39-40).
Night Vision Devices, CPT A. J. Caldwell, USA (M-J 77, pp. 43-44).
Noncommissioned Officers Education System, MSG Bennie L. Fagan (J-F 71).
The NTC: A Reserve Component View, MAJ Howard L. Horton (J-A 90, pp. 14-16).
NTC: Lessons Learned, CPT Gregory M. Heritage (J-F 86, pp. 39-41).
NTC Lessons Learned: The Scout FRAGO, LTC Steven W. Gardner and CPT Edward C. Rothstein
(S-O 93, pp. 45-46).
NTC: Techniques, LTC Alan G. Vitters (J-F 86, pp. 41-42).
NTC: Winning in the Engagement Area, LTC Robert J. Greenwalt, Jr. N-D 89, pp. 24-26).
Occupying a patrol site, SFC Gordon L. Rottman, SWAP SHOP (S-O 86, p. 22).
O.C.S., CPT Fred A. Drew, USA (M-A 76, pp. 10-12).
OCS Today, COL Robert M. Piper (M-A 70).
Offensive Disruption: Separating the Enemy from the Population through Lethal Fire and Maneuver,
CPT Chris Hammonds (S-O 2008, pp. 33-37).
Offensive Live Fire Operations, LTC Ronald F. Rokosz (J-F 89, pp. 24-27).
Offensive Reconnaissance Planning, LTC Howard W. Crawford, Jr. (N-D 89, pp. 35-38).
Offensive TOW Training: An Innovative Approach, CPT R. W. Chatham, Jr. (M-A 92, pp. 42-45).
Officer Education Updated, LTC Stan L. McClellan (N-D 66).
The Omega Force, CPT James D. McConnell, Jr. (J-F 89, pp. 33-35).
On-The-Job Training, CPT Bruce T. Caine, USA (J-F 74, pp. 29-32).
On the Staff: Success Through Teamwork, LTC Richard D. Hooker, Jr. (January-April 2000, pp. 3336).
The One-Night TOC-EX, CPT Steven C. Sifers (J-F 89, pp. 39-41).
One-On-One Tactical Training, David L. Hannaman, Jerry D. Freeble, Jr., Robert H. Sulzen (M-J 82,
pp. 30-34).
Operation Desert Trek, CPT Philip A. Burkett (J-A 72).
Operational Planning at Platoon Level, CPT Allen J. Pepper (May-August 99, pp. 4-6).
Operations in Somalia: Changing the Light Infantry Training Focus, CPT Patrick McGowan (N-D 93,
pp. 23-25).
OPFOR Observations from the JRTC, CPT Geoffrey N. Blake, CPT John Calahan, and CPT Steven
Young (J-F 95, pp. 30-35).
OPFOR Shooting Gallery, CPT Noyes B. Livingston III (M-A 84, pp. 38-40).
OPFOR Training, CPT John H. Perry (M-J 83, pp. 39-40).
The Ordeal, COL Robert B. Rigg (M-J 66).
Organizing, Manning and Equipping the IBCT Reconnaissance Squadron for Full Spectrum Operations
LTC Brian K. Flood, MAJ James A. Hayes, and MAJ Forrest V. Cook.
Organization and Training for Mechanized Rifle Squads in Restrictive Terrain, CPT Gregory L.
Joachim (January-April 2000, pp. 43-45).
OSUT Fast Track Program, CPT Brian G. Gronsdahl (J-A 89, pp. 37-38).
Overhauling the Platoon Night Live-Fire Defense in IET. LTC James C. Larsen (J-A 05, pp. 49-50).
Own the Night? Or Shoot, Move, and Communicate Effectively In It? 1LT Mark S. Leslie (May-August
2000, pp. 47-48).
Owning the Night, MG Jerry A. White, COMMANDANTS NOTE (M-J 92, p. 1-2).
Part of Your Team, LT Steven M. Jareo (M-J 72).
Pathfinder Doctrine, CPT George M. Cordray, USA (N-D 75, pp. 45-48).
Pathfinder Training, CPT Keith P. Antonia (J-F 87, pp. 34-35).

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Patrol Planning in an IED Environment, LTC Haimes A. Kilgore and Cliff Repicky (M-J 2013, pp. 6-7).
PCPT: Shaping Up the Old Test, LTC George E. Palmer and CPT Walter E. Lee (S-O 70).
Peacekeeping Operations, LTC Charles M. Ayers (J-F 89, pp. 19-23).
Perspectives on Decisive Action Training for a Mechanized Infanry Company, CPT Pete Erickson (J-A
13, pp 23-25).
Physical Fitness, CPT Paul M. Vanderburgh (S-O 91, pp. 23-27).
Planning Challenging, Realistic Training at the Battalion Level, Captain Paul Benfield (July 2009, pp.
38-40).
Platoon ARTEPs on the Run, LTC Thomas R. Rozman (J-F 92, pp. 38-41).
The Platoon Drill Attack: Is It a Drill or Not? CPT David M. Toczek (M-J 96, pp. 44-45).
Platoon Exercises, CPT Louis D. Huddleston (J-F 79, pp. 37-39).
Platoon EXEVALs in a Light Infantry Battalion, MAJ Eugene J. Palka J-A 91, pp. 36-39).
Platoon Fire Control, CPT Michael H. Shields and CPT Gerald P. Kulp (M-A 92, pp. 38-42).
Platoon Live Fire Ambush, LT Chris G. Pappas (M-J 88, pp. 40-42).
The Platoon Raid: Leaders Reconnaissance and Fire Control, LTC Edwin F. Davis, Jr., and SFC
Larry K. Allen (J-F 94, pp. 44-46).
Platoon Rollout Program, LTC Herbert F. Harback and MAJ Timothy M. Daniel (N-D 90, pp. 43-45).
Platoon Test, INFANTRY Staff (M-A 83, pp. 17-19).
The Play of a CPX, LT Daniel W. Henk, USA (J-A 74, pp. 42-44).
Plusses and Minuses, MSG John W. Irwin (S-O 77, pp. 11-12).
PMCS Certification: A Mechanized Infantry Combat Multiplier, CPT James D. Nielson (SeptemberDecember 2000, pp. 45-47).
Point Man Training, CPT Scott E. Hampton (J-A 87, pp. 36-37).
Pound Foolish? Charles Harvey (S-O 79, pp. 37-38).
The Power of the Quarterly Training Brief, Major John M. Spiszer (January-April 99, pp. 44-46).
Predicting Live-Fire Marksmanship: A Simulation-Based Tool for the RC Trainer. Joseph D. Hagman
(M-A 04, pp. 44-45).
Preliminary and Basic Gunnery for the HBCT SSG Philip Mandile (N-D 2006, pp. 13-16).
Preliminary Rifle Instruction Before the First Bullet Flies. LT Brian Bascom. (M-A 04, pp. 41-43).
Prep-for-Combat Now Brings Pain Penalty for Mistakes, MAJ (Retired) Charles Pavlick (AugustDecember 2009, pp. 43-44).
Preparation for the JRTC: The Rifle Platoon Leader, LT James Sisemore (M-A 95, pp. 33-34).
Prepared to Fight, LTC Joseph J. Angsten, Jr. (J-F 83, pp. 8-9).
Preparing a Battalion for Combat: Maneuver Live-Fire Training, LTC William C. David (S-O 95,
pp. 23-27).
Preparing a Mechanized Infantry Task Force for Combat An NCOs Perspective, 1SG Derek McCrea
(M-A 04, pp. 18-24).
Preparing for Airborne Training, CPT Danny L. Greene (J-A 86, pp. 13-15).
Preparing for an NTC Rotation, COL Michael G. Jones (J-F 93, pp. 24-28).
Preparing the Stryker Reconnaissance Troop for Decisive Action, CPT Matthew A. Perdue and 1LT
Kyle D. Sullivan (J-A 13, 28-30).
Pre-Ranger Training, Ranger Training Brigade Staff (S-O 91, pp. 34-36).
Principles of War A Closer Look at Security Ed DeVos (J-M 2011, p.49).
Professionalism and the ROTC Officer, COL Arthur J. DeLuca (Ret.) (M-A 66).
Professionalism and the ROTC Officer, COL Arthur J. DeLuca (Ret.) (M-J 66).
Profile Physical Training, CPT Geoffrey N. Blake (S-O 91, pp. 42-43).
Protecting the Obstacle MAJ Fred Johnson (January-April 98, pp. 43-44).
The PRO-Train Concept: Better Training for the Total Army, CPT Ron Kinser (M-A 95, pp. 40-42).
PSYOP Units: How to Use Them, LT Peter D. Flamming (N-D 88, pp. 15-16).
PT and the 8-Step Training Model: Implementing Training Management Every Day, CPT Darrell E.
Fawley III (S-O 12, pp 36-38).
Quick Kill, LT James W. Hopson (S-O 69).
Ramrod Trials: How to Plan, Resource, and Execute a Live, Virtual, Constructive Battalion FTX, LTC
Eric P. Lopez and 1LT Leslie D. Tableman (Jul-Sep 13, pp 46-49).
Range Checklist, MAJ James W. Townsend (J-F 83, p. 40).
Ranger, CPT Ronald L. Paramore (M-J 71).

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Ranger Company Night Live-Fire Raid, LTC P.K. Keen and CPT James Larsen (S-O 96, pp. 21-27).
The Ranger Course, CPT Ernest W. Cooler (S-O 80, pp. 30-36).
The Ranger Course, MG Carmen J. Cavezza, COMMANDANTS NOTE (S-O 91, p. 1).
The Ranger Course, Ranger Training Brigade Staff (M-J 91, pp. 37-39).
Ranger Desert Phase, CPT William D. Phillips (M-A 84, pp. 10-12).
Ranger Orientation Program, CPT Charles T. Sniffin and SFC Mallory L. Sump (M-A 90, pp. 42-45).
Ranger School Continues to Develop Close Combat and Direct Fire Battle Skills, Ranger Training
Brigade (S-O 2008, p. 14).
Ranger Training, CPT James M. Caldwell, USA (M-J 77, pp. 40-42).
Ranger Training, MG John W. Foss (J-F 86, COMMANDANTS NOTE, pp. 2-3).
Ranger Training, A Part of the Armys Future, CPT Warren D. Garlock (N-D 72).
Readiness in the Reserves: Active Component Support to RC Training, LTC Robert W. Brown
(M-J 95, pp. 43-46).
The Real Rules of Discipline of Major Robert Rogers and the Rangers, MAJ William H. Burgess, III
(J-A 93, pp. 12-14).
Realism in Training, MG George L. Mabry, Jr. (N-D 73).
REALTRAIN, CPT, John Anderson, USA, and CPT Edward Sherwoon, USA (J-F 75, pp. 20-23).
REALTRAIN, LT Walter J. Sutterlin (S-O 79, pp. 35-37).
A Rebuttal: A Battalion XO is, MAJ James E. Bigelow II (J-A 73).
A Rebuttal to NCOES Criticism, SFC Walter Stock (M-J 73).
Reconnaissance at the NTC: Adapting Scout Procedures to the Terrain, CPT Christian J. Henrich
(S-O 95, pp. 40-43).
Reconnaissance Planning: A Neglected Art, MAJ Davis J. Ozolek (M-A 86, pp. 27-31).
Reconnaissance & Surveillance Leaders Course: Past and Present, Major Eric C. Flesch, Ritchie
Huff Huffaker, Antonio Burgess, and Jeff Sawhill (J-F 2006, pp. 10-13).
Recruit, PFC Lawrence R. Tuite (J-F 71).
Reengineering Unit Training: The Motor Pool as an Assembly Area, MAJ Robert P. Cerjan
(July-December 97, pp. 38-40).
Reflections on Infantry Training, USAIS (J-F 74, pp. 13-17).
Rehearsals: The Key to Mission Success, CPT Andrew M. Herbst (M-J 95, pp. 37-38).
Repetitive, Realistic Training Key, SGM Patrick M. Ogden (S-O 12, pp 39-41).
Reserve Component Duty Assignment, MAJ John G. Wilcox (S-O 72).
Resistance to Interrogation, CPT P.J. Mullings, British Army (J-A 88, pp. 36-38).
The Rifle Company: Cohesion through Competition, CPT Thomas H. Greer (September-December 99,
pp. 35-38).
Rifle Marksmanship, LTC Barney K. Neal, Jr., CPT Elmo P. Tyner II (S-O 69).
Rifle Squad Gunnery, SFC William Simons (N-D 2006, pp. 19-21).
Roadmarching and Performance, LTC John S. OConnor, Michael S. Bahrke, CPT Joseph Knapik, and
James A. Vogel (M-J 90, pp. 31-33).
The ROE Tactical Training Seminar: Combining Rules of Engagement and Marksmanship with
Judgment Based Training LTC James C. Larsen (J-A 05, pp 47-48).
The Role of Combat Lifesavers in Counterinsurgency Operations, CPT Bradley W. Hudson, SSG(P)
Karen L. Moody and SSG Robert Melton (J-A 2008, pp. 48-52).
Rollovers Take Toll: Training Drivers as Theyll Fight) LTC Joseph Miller (M-J 05, pp 46-47).
Ron Tips, LT Kenneth R. Bowra, USA (J-F 75, pp. 49-50).
ROTC Cadets Get College Credit for Airborne Training, CPT Phillip E. Richey (M-J 72).
ROTC to Infantry, MAJ Ralph E. Newman and MAJ Clayton A. Pratt (S-O 71).
ROTC Rangers, Edward G. Burley (M-J 83, pp. 33-34).
Route Clearance Operations, CPT John K. Leighow (S-O 95, pp. 16-22).
RSLC: Course Teaches Science of Gathering, Reporting Intelligence Ranger Training Brigade (N-D
2011, pp. 43-44)
RSLC: Course Trains Scouts for Infantry, RSTA Formations MAJ Dan Castoro and 1SG Joe Frye (J-M
2011, pp.45-46 RSLC Cuts Admin Time, Maintains Competitive Edge, Kristin Molinaro (July
2009, page 46).
RSOI at the National Training Center, MAJ Daniel J. McRoberts (S-O 95, pp. 33-35).
RX: Competition, MAJ Terry E. Rowe (N-D 70).

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Sand Table String Drill, CPT Theodore D. Martin, SWAP SHOP (S-O 92, p. 46).
Scopes: My Introduction, CPT Douglas E. MacFarlane, USA (S-O 74, pp. 29-31).
Scopes Training, MAJ G. H. Wilkins, USA (M-J 75, pp. 50-52).
Scout Platoon: COMSEC and the Information Process, LT Tony M. Martin (J-A 92, pp. 40-41).
Scouts: Their Selection, Training and Operations. MAJ Michael T. Williams. (Spring 02, pp. 43-45).
Search and Attack, CPT Kevin J. Dougherty (S-O 91, pp. 18-22).
Search and Attack Considerations: Using Reconnaissance to Retain the Initiative, MAJ Patrick D.
McGowan (May-August 99, pp. 32-37).
Secrets to Tactical Success at the NTC, CPT Franklin F. Childress and CPT Michael Prevou (J-F 92,
pp. 20-27).
Security Area Concepts at Battalion and Brigade, LTC Jack E. Mundstock (September-December 2000,
pp. 31-34).
Selecting and Training Long Range Surveillance Unit Commanders, CPT David A. McBride (J-A 92,
pp. 42-44).
Shoot, Move, Communicate Strube, Richard L., Jr. (COL), (January-April 98, pp. 15-17).
A SIMNET Training Program, CPT Jonathan D. Thompson (J-A 95, pp. 39-41).
Simple Ideas for the New Platoon Leader, CPT Victor H. Koch, Jr. (January-April 99, pp. 11-12).
Simulation: The Bridge Between Theory and Practice, CPT Albert R. Amos, Jr. (M-A 72).
Situational Training Exercise, CPT David S. Sutter, SWAP SHOP (S-O 90, p. 48).
Situational Training Exercises in Stability and Support Operations, LT John Brennan (M-J 96,
pp. 39-41).
SkeetAnd Such, Rex Ellis (M-A 75, p. 45).
Smallbore Riflery, MAJ Edwin L. Kennedy, Jr. (N-D 87, pp. 42-44).
Small Group Instruction, MG Carmen J. Cavezza, COMMANDANTS NOTE (M-A 91, p. 1).
Small Arms Integration Bringing it all Together, COL Mike Smith (Winter 03, pp. 33-34).
Sniper-Observer Teams, CPT James W. Bowen (M-A 86, pp. 35-37).
Sniper School Gets Urban Training Venue Dennis Terry (J-M 2011, p.47)
Sniper School Update: Changes Reflect Ever-Changing Face of Modern Battlefield, CPT Jason R.
Lojka and SSG Thomas M. Appledorn (S-O 2008, pp. 15-16).
Sniper Training Program, MG Kenneth C. Leuer (J-F 88, COMMANDANTS NOTE, pp. 1-2).
So, Now Youre an Advisor, CPT David M. Dacus (M-J 71).
A Soldiers Guide to Understanding Christianity and Islam, Chaplain (MAJ) Walt Hoskins (M-J 2008,
pp. 32-36).
The Soldiers Load: Planning Smart, LTC John S. OConnor and Michael S. Bahrke (J-F 90, pp. 8-11).
Spirit of the Bayonet, MG Kenneth C. Leuer (J-A 87, COMMANDANTS NOTE, pp. 1-2).
Squad Combat Training, CPT Guy Sands-Pingot (S-O 87, pp. 38-39).
Squad Competitions, CPT Kent W. Eisele (J-F 88, pp. 38-40).
Squad Leaders Play Key Role: NCOs Cohesive Units Through Constant, Consistent Training CSM
Steven W. McClaflin (N-D 2011, pp. 6-7).
Squad Leading, SFC Patrick J. Coyle (S-O 89, pp. 43-44).
The Squad Test, LTC John L. Lorms, USA (J-A 74, pp. 46-47).
Squad Training, CPT Robert B. Killebrew (M-J 79, pp. 41-42).
Squad Training, MAJ David J. Ozolek (N-D 82, pp. 16-18).
Squad Training: A Squad Leaders Thoughts, SSG Don F. Metters (M-A 89, pp. 40-41).
SRTA Allows 360-Degree Training Capability, MAJ Raymond L. Fuller, MAJ Michael A. Jaskowiec,
Marcus Phillips and MAJ Jonathan M. Stone (M-A 2008, pp. 47-49).
Staff Training: Observations from the NTC, MAJ Kurt Miller (J-F 95, pp. 41-42).
Standardized BCT METL: Consolidating Gains in the Overhaul of IET LTC Jerry Cashion and LTC
Jim Larsen (N-D 04, pp 45-47).
Start With the Basics, (CN), CPT Thomas Hayden (S-O 70).
A Stay-Alive Checklist, LT Theodore H. Rhodes (M-A 89, pp. 43-44).
A Stopgap Readup on Company Communications, CPT Terry W. Arnold, USA (J-F 75, pp. 36-40).
Stryker Gunnery: A Programmed Approach to Building the Combined Arms Team, CPT Kyle A.
Stockwell (Jul-Sep 13, pp 39-43).
Stryker Reset: How Can TRADOC Assist? MAJ Anthony Benitez (J-F 2006, pp. 4-6).
Summer Training at USMA: Academy Updates Cadet Field Training, Captain Ryan Morgan,

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(S-O 2006, pp. 47-48).


Super Instructors Aid Students at USAIS, CPT Terence J. Kennedy (N-D 71).
Support by Fire: Live Fire Exercise. CPT Bret Van Poppel, CPT John Paganini, and CPT Trevor
Bredenkamp (May-August 2000, pp. 37-41).
Support-by-Fire Positions, CPT Chris Toner and CPT Josh M. Williams, (January-April 98, pp. 39-42).
Survival Training, MAJ Paul E. Cate, USA (J-F 76, pp. 48-50).
Survival Training, LT John H. Hensley (N-D 66).
Surviving to Fight the Active Defense, CPT Robert L. Maginnis (J-A 79, pp. 23-26).
Sustainment Training: An Idea Whose Time Has Come, A Soldier (M-J 82, pp. 23-29).
Synchronization: A Training Problem, CPT Peter A. Hansen (S-O 89, pp. 32-35).
System Safety, Precy D. Aguas (J-F 91, pp. 14-15).
Tactical Leadership Course, MG John W. Foss (J-A 84, COMMANDANTS NOTE, p. 2).
Tactical Unit Rehearsals, CPT James L. Boling (M-A 91, pp. 25-30).
Taking Care of the Soldier Training Him, MG Jerry A. White, (M-A 92, COMMANDANTS NOTE,
pp. 1-2).
Tank Identification, CPT Charles R. Poulton, II (J-F 75, p. 53).
Tank Identification Training, CPT Walter Wright (S-O 77, pp. 46-47).
Tank-Killers, CPT Walter E. Brinker (J-A 71).
A Task Force Commanders Personal Preparation for the NTC, LTC Kevin L. Huddy (J-F 94,
pp. 27-31).
The Task Force Targeting Meeting: Operations Synchronization, MAJ Frank M. Buchheit (M-J 2008,
pp. 9-11).
Task of the Quarter: Improving Training Strategy, CPT Jeffrey L. Peters (July-December 97,
pp. 43-44).
Taso, COL Billy E. Rutherford (N-D 73).
TCM-ABCT Identifies Gaps in Bradley Training, SGM (Retired) Derek D. McCrea (Jul-Sep 13, pp 2228).
Teaching TLPs to Afghan Company Commanders: Shaping Afghan Forces Through Hands-on
Mentoring Major David H. Park (M-A 2010, pp. 13- 18).
Teaching Success, CPT Ron Gallimore (J-F 79, pp. 39-40).
Team Fish Hook Long Range Carbine Marksmanship Training in Afghanistan, CPT Matthew D.
McDonald (M-J 2008, pp. 37-38).
Team and Squad Movement: Firepower Versus Speed, CPT Mark E. Green (J-F 93, pp. 37-38).
Team Leader Certification Course for the Light Infantry Company, LT Ronald Mattocks (SeptemberDecember 2000, pp. 40-42).
Team Leader Course, 3d Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment, CSM Ralph R. Beam (March-June 97,
pp. 13-15).
Team Spirit: Light Infantry in Mid-Intensity Conflict, MAJ James H. Silcox (S-O 89, pp. 36-38).
Tec, Gunther J. Schnabl and CPT Louis J. Perry, USA (S-O 75, pp. 15-17).
Temperate Regions: Influences on Military Operations, Part 1, COL Robert H. Clegg (J-A 93,
pp. 30-38).
Temperate Regions: Influences on Military Operations, Part 2, COL Robert H. Clegg (S-O 93,
pp. 27-32).
Tenets of AirLand Battle: If you Understand Football, Youre Halfway There, CPT Frank A. Kreeger
(J-A 92, pp. 38-39).
Terrain Appreciation, LT Kenneth G. Nielsen (N-D 87, pp. 40-42).
Terrain Board Wargaming, CPT Michael V. Harper, USA (N-D 77, pp. 35-38).
TEWT, CPT William F. Aronow, USA (S-O 74, pp. 43-45).
TEWT, MAJ Joseph Keyes (S-O 72).
Thermal Gunnery Training, CPT Stephen E. Barger (N-D 89, pp. 41-42).
Thoughts for Rifle Platoon Leaders, LT Charles J. Dugle (May-August 99, pp. 9-10).
Thoughts on Being a Battalion S-3, CPT Walter E. Ulmer III (J-F 90,pp. 26-31).
Thoughts on Recovery, CPT Steven D. Cage (S-O 87, pp. 43-44).
The Three-by-One Concept: Getting More Out of National Guard Training, COL Michael A. Hodge
and LTC Jeffrey C. McCann (May-August 98, pp. 43-45).
Time Management in the Defense, MAJ Fred W. Johnson and MAJ Neil Boykins (J-A 95, pp. 44-46).

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To Kill Tanks, MAJ Carl. T Schooley and CPT Stephen C. Etsell (M-J 80, pp 32-35).
A Tool for Commanders: The Integrated Training Task Matrix, MAJ John M. Spiszer (N-D 96,
pp. 5-9).
Tough Training in Tough Times: Infantry Officer Candidate School1942, From an INFANTRY
Magazine interview with Colonel Robert B. Nett, U.S. Army, Retired (September-December 99,
pp. 32-35).
Towards a Leadership in Philosophy, Major Teddy Kleisner (July 2009, page 45).
TOW Accuracy Training, LT John S. Zachau (J-A 91, pp. 42-44).
The TOW Master Gunner Course, SSG Anthony J. Petrone (S-O 94,pp. 43-44).
TOW Trainer Course, LT Michael T. Zaryczny (M-A 90, pp. 41-42).
TOW Training Strategy, MAJ Anthony DiStephano and SFC David L. Boulden (J-A 88, pp. 33-34).
Train as We Fight, COL Daniel P. Bolger and LTG William F. Kernan (January-April 98, pp. 35-37).
Train Em How You Want Em to Fight! Five Principles for Nurturing Initiative Before You Get to
Combat, Major Chad Foster (August-December 2009, pp. 47-50).
Train to be Miserable, MAJ Timothy P. Maroney (J-F 83, pp. 9-10).
Training Adaptive Leaders for Full Spectrum Operations: An Outcomes-Based Approach, Colonel
Michael A. Coss (March-June 2009, pp. 44-48).
Training Antiarmor Leaders, LTC Wilson E. Hall, USA (J-F 75, pp. 47-49).
The Training and Evaluation Plan, CPT Joseph J. Dichairo (N-D 95, pp. 45-46).
Training Afghan Soldiers: A Technique for Building Rapport with Your Counterparts, Dr. (SGM RET)
Terry Tucker (M-J 2008, pp. 29-31).
Training an Infantry OSUT Battalion How to Train LTC Lance Oskey (A-M 2011, pp.34-38)
Training the Afghan National Army. CPT Charles DiLeonardo (M-A 05, pp 28-39).
Training Combat Support, LTC Thomas R. Rozman (M-J 91, pp. 43-45).
Training the Company, CPT Gerald D. Marlowe, USA (M-A 77, pp. 36-39).
Training Doctrine, INFANTRY Staff (M-A 77, pp. 16-19).
Training During an Alert, CPT Stephen J. Townsend (M-J 89, pp. 37-38).
Training for Battle Staff Competency, LTC Roland J. Tiso, Jr. (N-D 95, pp. 43-44).
Training for the Close Fight, MG Carl F. Ernst, COMMANDANTS NOTE (J-A 96, p. 1).
Training for the Company Deliberate Night Attack, MAJ Craig J. Currey (March-June 97, pp. 40-43).
Training for the Enemy UAV Threat, CPT Jeremy M. Phillips (M-J 2013, pp. 46-47).
Training for Mission Command in FSO: The 4E Framework MAJ Matt Dennis and COL Tom Guthrie
(A-M 2011, pp. 39-41).
Training for the Next Conflict, CPT Dan Krueger (Oct-Dec 13, pp 49-51).
Training for the Urban Battle, CPT Richard J. Kane (N-D 88, pp. 36-38).
Training Forward: The Expeditionary Training Center in Bulgaria BULWARK 04 LTC Michael A.
Boden (J-F 05, pp 46-49).
Training the Headquarters Company, CPT Robert L. Johnson, Jr. (N-D 79, pp. 40-42).
Training in the Heat, CPT Deirdre Christenberry and LTC David E. Johnson (M-A 84, pp. 29-32).
Training the Infantry Brigade, COL Fletcher K. Ware, USA (M-A 77, pp. 20-25).
Training in the Law of War, MAJ John C. Spence III (S-O 80, pp. 8-9).
Training Lethality Through Cavalry Squadron Gunnery, LTC Chris Budihas and 1LT Scott Browne (SO 12, pp 42-44).
Training Lieutenants, CPT David S. Sutter, SWAP SHOP (J-A 90, p. 41).
Training Lieutenants, MAJ James W. Townsend (J-A 83, pp. 32-34).
Training the Light Infantry Battalion, LTC(P) William B. Seely, USA (M-A 77, pp. 26-31).
Training Management, CPT Edward C. Sayre (J-F 87, pp. 11-13).
Traininf Management, CPT Stephen L. Orrison and LT Arthur S. Perritt (M-J 80, 39-40).
Training Management Tips, CPT David H. Johnson (M-J 92, pp. 45-47).
Training May Not Be the Answer, CPT Jack H. Cage (J-F 85, pp. 37-38).
Training the Mechanized Infantry Battalion, LTC T. H. Hill, USA, and MAJ Edwin B. Garrison, USA
(M-A 77, pp. 32-35).
Training NCO, SSG Victor J. Renaud, USA (J-F 77, pp. 47-48).
Training New Lieutenants, CPT Samuel K. Rock, Jr. (N-D 84, pp. 35-37).

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Training Noncommissioned Officers to Train, MG Michael E. Spigelmire (M-J 89, COMMANDANTS


NOTE, pp. 1-2).
Training Opportunities for Airborne Battalion Medical Platoons, MAJ Scott T. Glass (SeptemberDecember 99, pp. 38-41).
Training Optimizes SLM Effectiveness, Gary L. Barber (J-F 2009, pp. 45-47).
A Training Plan for OPFOR Dismounted Infantry, CPT S.F. Kuni (J-F 95, pp. 43-46).
Training the Platoon, 2LT Edward C. McCormick, USA (M-A 77, pp. 40-43).
Training Principles and Practices for Company Level Leaders, CPT John L. Pothin (J-A 93, pp. 39-43).
Training Realism and Safety, Paul A. Dierberger (M-J 85, pp. 12-15).
Training Standard for KY-57 VINSON Device, CPT Thomas J. Martin, SWAP SHOP (N-D 90, p. 45).
Training Strategy and Safety, Unknown author from lst Battalion, 507th Infantry (M-J 90, pp. 34-36).
Training the Company XO, MAJ Walter A. Schrepel (J-F 88, pp. 19-22).
Training the Force, MG Kenneth C. Leuer (N-D 87, COMMANDANTS NOTE, pp. 1-2).
Training the Iraqi Army: An LNO Shares His Experiences with the 205th Tigers, CPT Brian M. Ducote
(J-F 2006, pp. 41-47).
TrainingThe Key to Success in Combat, Company Operations Department, USAIS (M-A 66).
Training the Law of War: A Mission Essential Task for Infantrymen, CPT Michael P. Ryan (M-A 96,
pp. 35-36).
Training the Light Division, Phillip L. DiGeorge (N-D 89, pp. 43-44).
Training the Light Infantry Force, MG John W. Foss (S-O 84, COMMANDANTS NOTE, p. 2).
Training the Trainer, COL John D. Fuller (M-A 91, pp. 19-24).
Training to Learn, CPT Richard L. Strube, Jr., USA (J-F 75, pp. 50-52).
Training With the National Guard, LT Todd Cooper and LT David McCloskey(M-A 96, pp. 47-48).
The Transformation of Initial Entry Training, COL Michael A. Coss and COL Daniel A. Kessler (S-O
2008, pp. 9-12).
Transition Teams and Operational Integration in Iraq, MAJ Patrick T. Colloton and Major Tommy E.
Stoner (N-D 2006, pp.32-37).
Troop-Leading Procedures: A JRTC Observer-Controller Editorial, MAJ Kevin J. McKinley (M-A 95,
pp. 16-19).
Troop Takes Trainng Underground, 1LT Brian E. Wildey (Jan-Mar 14, pp 46-47).
Truck Crew Gunnery, SFC William Simons (N-D 2006, pp. 16-18).
The True School of the Lieutenant, CPT Thomas R. Rozman and CPT William A. Saunders (J-A 80, pp.
16-18).
Two Out of Thirty, MAJ Howard C. Race, USA (N-D 76, pp. 27-29). (Reserve Component training.)
Unit Battle Drills, CPT John F. Antal (J-A 83, pp. 31-32).
Unit Level Training in Survival, Evasion, Resistance, and Escape, CPT Rodie Chunn (N-D 94,
pp. 39-41).
The Use of History in Professional Development, CPT Steven R. Van Kirk (N-D 93, pp. 35-37).
The USAMU SDM Course A Students Perspective, MAJ Tyson Andrew Johnson (J-A 2008, pp. 4347).
US Army Ranger School Mountain Phase, 5th Ranger Training Battalion (A-A 12, 38-40).
U.S. Army Sniper School, CPT Mark L. Rozycki (M-J 89, pp. 33-34).
U.S. Army Ranger School Florida Phase, 6th Ranger Training Battalion (S-O 12, pp 35-36).
The U.S. Army Sniper School: Selecting the Best Students, SFC Earl S. Ellis (N-D 91, pp. 37-38).
Vehicle Recognition Training Saves Lives David A. Ahrens and Dr. William M. Rierson, (M-A 2006,
pp. 44-45).
Vien Hoa, Pa., Mr. Robert M. Holmes (J-A 69).
Vietnam Armed Forces Infantry School, COL Donald H. Lanier (S-O 71).
Vietnamese Recruits Become Tacticians, BG Stan L. McClellan (S-O 72).
Walk and Shoot Training, COL David H. Petraeus and MAJ Robert A. Brennan (January-February 97,
pp. 36-40).
The Walls of Jericho or Cordon and Search, Charles L. Black (M-J 71).
The Warnet PilotTraining With Technology, MG John W. Hendrix, COMMANDANTS NOTE
(J-F 96, pp. 1-2).
The Warrior Challenge: A Catalyst for Changing the Culture of BCT Cashion, Jerry (LTC), (N-D 04,
pp 48-50).

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The Warsaw Story, Dr. George B. Dyer (M-A 66).


The Way We Train: An Assessment, MAJ Andrew J. Bacevich (M-J 84, pp. 25-29).
WWII Unit Honored for Bayonet Attack, COL (RET) Doug Dillard (M-J 2008, pp. 6-7).
USAMU: Unit Offers Training, Assistance Doraine Bennett, USIA (M-A 05, pp 49-51).
US, Romania Participate in Joint Exercise ROMEX 05, MAJ Rafael Cathelineaud, (N-D 05, pp 44-45).
Welcome (Back) the the Jungle, COL Brian S. Eifler (Jan-Mar 14, p 43-45).
We Need a Peacekeeping MTP, CPT Blaise Cornell-dEchert, Jr. (J-A 94, pp. 34-35).
What Comes First? CPT Kenneth A. Siegel (S-O 82, pp. 36-37).
Whatever Turns You On, LTC Donald C. Bowman, USA (J-F 75, pp. 24-27).
Whats a VART? CPT John C. Shannon, USA (M-A 76, p. 48). (Aircraft recognition training,)
Wheres the Commander? CPT Barry E. Willey (J-A 83, pp. 7-8).
Which Way: The Volunteer Army, LT Gregory Fontenot (M-A 73).
WHINSEC Tactical Training LTC Robert G. Fausti (J-F 05, pp 50-51).
Why Johnny Cant ReadA Map! LTC William D. Telfair (J-A 79, pp. 6-8).
Why T-P-U? Bradley Crew Evaluation, SFC Ronald D. Kuykendall (J-F 96, pp. 35-39).
Wind Tunnels, LTC H. C. Taylor, Canada (M-J 74, pp. 48-49).
Winning the Badge, CPT Anthony M. Coroalles (J-F 79, pp. 41-43).
Winning at the NTC: Command and Control, MAJ Vernon W. Humphrey (S-O 84, pp. 36-38).
Winning at the NTC: Defeat at Brigade Hill, MAJ Vernon W. Humphrey (M-A 84, pp. 36-38).
Winning at the NTC: The Delay, MAJ Vernon W. Humphrey (N-D 84, pp. 32-35).
Winning at the NTC: Deliberate Attack, MAJ Vernon W. Humphrey (J-A 84, p. 36-38).
Winning at the NTC: The Fight in the Gullies, MAJ Vernon W. Humphrey (N-D 83, pp. 31-33).
Winning at the NTC: Fire Coordination, MAJ Vernon W. Humphrey (M-J 84, pp. 34-36).
Winning at the NTC: Reconnaissance, MAJ Vernon W. Humphrey (J-F 84, pp. 35-37).
Winter Training, LTC Richard A. Dixon (N-D 82, pp. 29-31).
Winter Training in Alaska, MAJ David R. Kiernan (N-D 80, pp. 10-12).
Working the Point, SSG Gerald J. Vlastos (J-F 91, pp. 42-43).
You Cant Trust Anyone, Robert M. Ruggles (J-F 66).
You Need Our Table, CPT Harry J. Johnson (S-O 73).

VEHICLES
The ATFV, LT Noyes B. Livingston III (M-A 80, pp. 10-12).
Armor in DESERT SHIELD, Michael R. Jacobson (N-D 90, pp. 32-37).
Armys Dune Buggy, XR 311, CDC Infantry Agency (M-A 72).
BATS: The Bradley Advanced Training System, COL Ronald J. Jebavy (July-December 97, pp. 34-35).
The Bear Facts: The Russians Appraise the Styker Brigade Concept, Lester Grau and Elena Stoyanov
(N-D 04, pp 38-40)
The Bradley Challenge, LT Harry C. Andress (J-F 91, pp. 18-21).
Bradley Family of Vehicles to Receive Upgrades, MAJ Nayari Cameron (Jan-Mar 14, p 10-11).
The Bradley Fighting Vehicle: The Ultimate Urban Assault Vehicle, LTC Gary W. Linhart (N-D 04, pp
6-8).
Bradley Fighting Vehicle Update, MG Carmen J. Cavezza, (J-F 91, COMMANDANTS NOTE, pp. 1-2).
Bradley Gunnery Evolution, CPT Thomas T. Smith (M-J 88, pp. 20-26).
Bradley Gunnery: Standardization Yields Stability, LTC Roy H. Adams, Jr., and CPT Clarence E.
Briggs, III (J-A 95, pp. 37-39).
Bradley Gunnery Tips, CPT Steven A. Shelby (J-A 96, pp. 36-39).
Bradley Infantry Fighting Vehicle, MG Edwin H. Burba, Jr. (J-A 86, COMMANDANTS NOTE,
pp. 2-3).
The Bradley: Lets Make It Even Better, LT Lawrence A. Leone (N-D 91, pp. 13-14).
Bradley M2A3/M3A3: The Army Fighting Vehicle for the 21st Century, MAJ Todd R. Wendt
(January-February 97, pp. 23-27).
Bradley ModernizationMaking a Great System Better, MG Jerry A. White, COMMANDANTS
NOTE (N-D 93, pp. 1-2).
Bradley Platoon Tips, LT Thomas T. Smith (J-F 86, pp. 12-14).

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Bradleys in the City, CPT John L. Miles, III and CPT Mark E. Shankle (M-J 96, pp. 6-8).
The BRT-T: New Use for Old Tank Hulls, Adam Geibel (May-August 2000, pp. 16-18.)
The BTR: Ivans Other Carrier, CPT Scott R. Gourley (S-O 84, pp. 11-13).
Counter-reconnaissance HMMWVs, CPT Mark N. Grdovic (M-J 94, pp. 44-47).
Designing the Next Infantry Fighting Vehicle, Gregory A. Pickell J-A 96, pp. 22-32).
Enhanced Home-Station Gunnery, MAJ Gary W. Ace and SFC William D. LaCombe (M-A 95,
pp. 38-39).
The Evolution of Survivability in the Stryker Brigade Combat Team, Master Sergeant Brad Kelley and
Major Brad Davenport (August-December 2009, page 4).
Forward Looking Infrared and the Bradley Fire Support Vehicle Dismounted Battlespace Battle Lab
Staff (M-J 94, pp. 13-14).
From HMMWV to Ambulance, LT Robert L. Porter (N-D 88, pp. 14-15).
Getting More Out of the Bradley Platoon Gunnery Trainer, CPT Craig A. Collier (J-A 95, PP. 41-43).
The IFV on the Modern Battlefield, David G. Holmes (S-O 80, pp. 10-14).
Improved Mortar Vehicle, SGT Gilbert F. Warner (J-A 89, pp. 17-19).
Infantry Combat Vehicles, Richard M. Ogorkiewicz (J-F 71).
The Infantry Fighting Vehicle, COL Roy S. Dunaway Jr., USA (J-A 77, pp. 47-50).
An Infantry Mount for the 21st Century, LTC Thomas R. Rozman and LTC Edward E. Blankenship
(S-O 90, pp. 21-24).
Israeli M113s, CPT Edwin L. Kennedy, Jr. (J-A 84, pp. 6-7).
ITV Gunnery Training, CPT Terry M. Henry (M-A 89, pp. 36-37).
Japanese APCs, INFANTRY Staff (J-F 74, p. 56).
Lessons on the BIFV, LT Jerome J. Burns (J-F 90, pp. 41-42).
The M113 APC: Four Decades of Service and Still Showing Potential. Stanley C. Crist (J-A 04, pp. 1820).
Mechanized Forces in MOUT: M113 Lessons from Operation Just Cause, CPT James B. Daniels
(M-J 96, pp. 8-11).
MICV Update, Emanuel Karbeling (M-A 74, pp. 7-9).
Modern Dragoons: Bradley Mechanized Infantry, CPT Christopher E. Lockhart (N-D 92, pp. 33-35).
Modernizing to the M2A3 Bradley. CPT Michael Dane Acord. (Summer 02, pp. 36-38).
The Mortar Carrier Vehicle (Stryker) CPT Kevin Cline and CSM Miles Retherford (RET) (M-A 05, pp.
8-12).
The Motorcycle, CPT Shaun M. Darragh, USA (M-A 76, pp. 46-48).
Motorcycles in the Conventional Military: A Doctrinal Approach to Achieving Operational Success,
CPT Kyle Stockwell (S-O 12, pp 26-30).
Motorized Support: Lessons Learned at the NTC, LT Karl P. Monger (J-F 87, pp. 35-37).
Mounted Combat, Jeff F. Cherry (S-O 75, pp. 12-15).
The MRAP Vehicle: The New Icon of Operation Iraqi Freedom, Thomas J. Stafford (N-D 2007, pp. 1619).
NBCRV: Latest Stryker Varient To Be Fielded, Major Ty Stark (J-A 2006, pp. 8-10).
The Need for a New Cargo HMMWV Captain Timothy F. Wright (J-F 2006, pp. 26-31).
The New Bradley Gunnery Standards, CPT Benjamin Higginbotham and SFC Anthony Ananea
(March-June 97, pp. 29-32).
Scout Platoon Vehicle, CPT Martin N. Stanton (J-F 89, pp. 43-44).The Soviet BTR-80, CPT George T.
Norris (N-D 86, pp. 23-24).
Sidecar, LTC Burton S. Boudinot, USA (J-F 74, pp. 10-11).
The Stryker Mobile Gun System, Major Jonathan B. Slater (M-A 2006, pp. 6-8).
Thermal Gunnery Training, CPT Stephen E. Barger (N-D 89, pp. 41-42).
TOW HMMWV Position, CPT Martin N. Stanton (N-D 88, pp. 41-43).
TOW Jeep Modification, LT Steven R. Pelley (J-A 84, pp. 37-38).
Training Strategy for the IFV, LTC John D. Fuller (S-O 80, pp. 15-19).
U-COFT Effectiveness, Walter G. Butler (M-A 91, pp. 15-18).
U.S. Army Ranger School: How to Prepare, Avoid Pitfalls 4th Ranger Training Battalion ((J-M 2012, pp.
41-43).

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Utilizing MWD Teams at JRTC MAJ George Walter, SFC Mark J. Vechini, and Lawrence Driscoll (ND 2011, pp.47-49).
Vehicle Identification, Norman D. Smith and George M. Gividen (N-D 80, pp. 41-42).
Wanna Buy Some Firepower? CPT Larry A. Altersitz (M-J 80, pp. 13-14).
Why T-P-U? Bradley Crew Evaluation, SFC Ronald D. Kuykendall (J-F 96, pp. 35-39).

WEAPONS AND AMMUNITION


.50 Caliber Sniper, (CN), CPT Albert R. Amos (J-A 70).
5.56mm with a German Accent, CPT Thomas M. Johnson (M-J 66).
The 9mm Story, Fielding L. Greaves (J-F 87, pp. 29-33).
81mm Mortar Firing Tables, SFC Leon S. Chapman, USA (J-F 74, p. 53).
81mm Mortars: The Forgotten Platoon, CPT Christopher A. Collins (M-J 91, pp. 33-36).
81mm Mortar Trainingwith 60mm Ammunition, CPT Rodney W. Joye (J-A 85, pp. 40-41).
The 100-meter Combat Shotgun, Stanley C. Crist (S-O 95, pp. 5-7).
120mm Mortar in Light Forces, Richard L. LaRossa (M-J 89, pp. 15-16).
AAWS-M, MG Edwin H. Burba, Jr. (J-F 87, COMMANDANTS NOTE, pp. 2-3).
ADT and the Big Green Machine, 2LT Bill Moor (M-J 73).
Advanced Combat Rifle: A Commonsense Approach, MAJ Rodney W. Joye (J-F 92, pp 10-14).
Advance Party, SFC Steve L. Overholser (N-D 82, pp. 34-36).
The Ageless Mortars, LTC Allen B. Renwick, USANG (M-J 77, pp. 14-15).
Aiming Circle Accuracy, CPT J. Kevin Muilman (J-F 88, pp. 9-11). (See correction in letter, M-J 88,
pp. 4-5.)
Air Volcano in the Light Fighters Toughest Scenario, MAJ Charles A. Jarnot (SeptemberDecember 98, pp. 34-37).
Ammunition: Dummy, Inert, and Simulated, CPT Derek A.N. Soriano (N-D 87, pp. 11-13).
Ammunition Management/Resupply for the Light Infantry Mortar. SFC Brian Hamm (Summer 02, pp.
16-18).
Antiarmor, LTC Edward L. Oliver (M-A 84, pp. 17-24). (See correction in letter, J-A 84, p. 50.)
Antiarmor weapons, MG Edwin H. Burba, Jr. (S-O 86, COMMANDANTS NOTE, pp. 2-3).
Antiarmor Weapons in Cities, CPT Frank A. Emery (M-J 86, pp. 42-43).
Antiarmor: What You Dont Know Could Kill You, Michael R. Jacobson (M-A 90, pp. 37-40).
The Anti-RPG Weapon, (CN), MAJ Max A. Ray (J-A 70).
Antitank Grenades, CPT Larry A. Altersitz (N-D 80, pp. 31-33).
AOE and the 60mm Mortar, CPT Morton Orlov II (S-O 87, pp. 26-30).
Armored Ambulance, CPT Raymond E. Bell (S-O 66).
Army Maps, BG Wayne S. Nicholas (M-J 73).
The Armys Nonlethal Weapons: An Overview, CPT Alfred E. Jackson (May-August 2000,
pp. 18-20).
The Assault Rifle, CPT Noyes B. Livingston III (S-O 83, pp. 26-29).
Assault Rifles, CPT Daniel W. Henk, USA (M-J 75, pp. 46-50).
ASTA Device, MAJ John J. Asta (N-D 79, pp. 42-43).
At Missiles in the Yom Kippur War, CPT Richard F. Timmons, USA (J-F 74, pp. 18-21).
ARMOP: Army Mortar Program, CPT Paul A. Rowlings (N-D 73).
ATGM Countermeasures, Michael R. Jacobson (M-J 96, pp. 12-14).
Automatic Grenade Launchers: Prelude to the Future, Stanley C. Crist(M-A 95, pp. 19-20).
Baker Jumping Tank, A. J. Clemens (M-J 68).
The Bayonet, John P. Garzone (M-A 82, pp. 34-36).
The Bayonet, United Kingdom School of Infantry (N-D 66).
The Bayonet: Commonsense Lessons, MAJ Roland J. Tiso, Jr. (J-A 90, p. 40-41).
Bayonet Fighting Techniques, LTC George E. Palmer and MAJ Graham J. Avera (J-F 70).
The Bayonet: Simple But Dependable, Robert J. Berens (M-J 88, pp. 14-16).
Bayonets (N-D 2006, pp. 49-50).
Bayonets and Knives, David E. Steele (M-J 75, pp. 38-41).
The Big Guns, CPT Thomas M. Brendle (N-D 68).

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Blueprint for Tomorrow, LT Wendell R. Cochran (J-A 71).


Bradley Training Ammunition, SGM (Retired) Derek D. McCrea (Oct-Dec 13, pp 41-42).
A British View of Antitank Weapons, MAJ John C. Langlands, British Army (Reprint), (J-F 74, pp. 2324).
CAL: Challenger to M16, LTC R. F. Sullivan (J-F 72).
Can You Identify These Tanks? (J-A 72).
A Case for Duster, LTC William F. Boiler (M-A 66).
Caseless Ammunition: The Future is Now, Russell A. Eno (M-J 2006, pp. 43-44).
The CBU-89 Gator Minefield, CPT Daniel L. Thomas (J-F 92, pp. 18-19).
City Fighting with the 106mm, (CN), CPT G. R. Christmas (N-D 71).
A Closer Look at Grenades, (J-F 2006, p. 50).
Cobra VS LOH in the Antiarmor Role, CPT John W. I. Ball (M-J 73).
Cold Steel, LT Michael D. Qualls (M-A 69).
The Combat Shotgun, MAJ David E. Baskett and James B. Ackley (J-F 80, pp. 32-34).
The Combat Shotgun in the BCT, 1SG D. Robert Clements (Retired) (S-O 2006, pp. 37-40).
Competent TOW/ITAS Teams Create Unmatched Lethality 1LT Nicholas P. Orzechowski (J-M 2012,
p. 19).
Concepts and Technology, MAJ Harold W. Webb (J-A 94, pp. 15-16).
The Contenders, CPT Thomas M. Johnson (J-A 66).
Deadly Gain for Infantry: M433 HEDP Cartridge, CPT Bruce H. Jachmann (J-F 73).
Death of an Old Friend: The M1911A1 Pistol, MAJ Walker D. Williams M-J 85, pp. 15-18).
Deflection Scale Board, MAJ Mark S. Flusche (J-F 83, pp. 38-39).
Directed Energy Warfare, CPT S.T. Mishkofski (M-A 87, pp. 40-41).
Directed Energy Weapons, MAJ Clark P. Campbell (N-D 83, pp. 8-10).
Dogs in Countermine Warfare, CPT Woodrow L. Quinn, Jr., (J-A 71).
Double Jeopardy, CPT Thomas M. Johnson (S-O 66).
Double Your Dragon, CPT Martin N. Stanton (M-J 89, pp. 40-42).
Dragon, LTC Raymond E. Funderburk (S-O 73).
Dragon Assault Position, CPT Kevin M. Keating (M-A 88, pp. 35-37).
Dragon Effectiveness, LTC Fred Meurer and MAJ Stanley H. Holgate (M-A 80, pp. 36-38).
Dragon Sustainment Training, SSG Don F. Metters (N-D 89, pp. 38-39).
Dragon Tactical Employment, CPT Jefferson H. Barker, USA (M-A 76, pp. 26-28).
Dragon Testing, LTC Billy A. Arthur, USA (M-A 74, pp. 16-17).
Dragon Training, MAJ Dee C. Christensen (J-A 90, pp. 37-39).
Dragon Training, LT Michael L. Brown, USA, and LT Timothy Scully, USA (M-J 77, pp. 47-48).
Dragon Training Update, MAJ Curtis L. Devan (S-O 83, pp. 33-34).
Emergency FDC Techniques, SSG John E. Foley (M-A 84, pp. 32-34).
Employing Machineguns, LTC William J. Martinez (J-F 92, pp. 41-42).
An Endangered Species, CPT Gregory Fontenot, USA (N-D 77, pp. 9-11). (4.2-inch mortar.)
The Enfield Rifle: Death of an Old Friend, Charles R. Fisher (S-O 85, pp. 15-18).
Equipment Needs, CPT Craiger C. Parker, USA, and LT Bruce M. Likins, USA (M-A 75, p. 42).
Evolution of the M855A1 Enhanced Performance Round LTC Jeffrey K. Woods (N-D 2010, pp. 22-2224).
Evolution for Survival, MAJ Arthur E. Parker III, USA (M-A 76, pp. 29-30). (TOW weapon system.)
Excalibur Employment in Afghanistan: Army and Marine Corps Differences MG(R) Toney Stricklin
(N-D 2011, pp. 8-10).
FDC Alternatives, SSG Theodore C. Hicks (J-A 79, pp. 36-38).
First Round Fire for Effect, CPT Paul A. Rowlings, USA (M-A 74, pp. 57-58).
Flexible Vs Low Charge, SSG Theodore C. Hicks (S-O 79, pp. 38-39).
Flying Mines, (CN), CPT Douglas Frey (J-A 71).
FN(FAL), CPT Daniel W. Henk, USA (J-F 77, pp. 48-49).
Four-Footed Radar, CPT Arthur H. Bair and SFC Jesse S. Mendez (N-D 66).
From Dusk to Dawn, LTC Warren P. Kynard (J-A 66).
Future Firepower, LTC William Schuler (J-A 79, pp. 8-10).
Future Infantry Weapons, COL John S. Wood (S-O 69).
The Future in Infantry Weapons and Tactics, Jac Weller (J-A 66).

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The Futurity of Weapons and Ammunition: LSAT Program Provides Lighter Weapon Systems without
Diminishing Capabilities, Jerry Barricks (S-O 12, pp 14-15).
Get Volcano Mines into the Fight. COL Thomas K. Littlefield Jr. (Spring 02, pp. 16-17).
Getting Heavy Mortars Into the Fight. CPT Matthew C. Paul (J-F04 pp14-16).
GI Leather, CPT R. Rex Brookshire II (S-O 68).
Green Tab to Green Tab Fire Support: The BCT Commanders Best Fires Asset, MG Peter M. Vangjel
(Chief of Field Artillery) (M-J 2008, pp. 18-20). (This article first appeared in the March-April
2008 issue of Fires, a Joint Professional Bulletin for U.S. Field and Air Artillerymen).
Gun or Guided? An Evaluation of Our Antiarmor Weapons, MG Orwin C. Talbott (M-A 73).
Handguns of the GWOT, (S-O 2006, p.49-50).
Haw, Maw and Law: The Antiarmor Family, MAJ Robert J. Dutcher and CPT John R. Cooke (J-F 71).
Heavy Mortar Fires: Improving Their Responsiveness, LT Patrick S. McGlynn (M-A 96, pp. 18-19).
A Heavy Mortar for a Light Division, CPT Arthur A. Durante (J-F 84, pp. 11-12).
Heavy Mortars: New Thoughts on Tactical Employment, LT Christopher J.L. Allen (S-O 90, pp. 39-41).
Hip Shooting, CPT George L. Humphries (S-O 79, pp. 42-46).
IMPC, LTC Thomas D. Roberts II (J-A 79, pp. 34-36).
The Indicating Round Technique, WO2 Keith F. Hoyle, British Army (S-O 85, pp. 41-42).
Indirect Fire in MOUT, SSG Patrick J. Coyle (M-A 82, pp. 11-13).
Indirect Fire for the Close Fight: the 60mm Mortar CPT Joseph Geraci III (J-F04 pp 46-47)
Indoor TOW Training, SSG Alexander F. Barnes (J-A 83, pp. 36-37).
Infantrymans Combat Weapon, CPT Max Oliver (N-D 87, pp. 9-11).
Infantry Mortar Hipshoot, LT Sean M. OBrien (J-A 91, pp. 39-41).
Infantry Mortar Training, MSG Robert E. Brewster and MSG Clinton Wilder, Jr. (S-O 85, pp. 40-41).
Infantry Weapons, CPT Forest Dunning, USA (J-A 77, pp. 16-18).
Is 6mm the Optimum Caliber? A Common Cartridge for Rifle and Machinegun, Stanley C. Crist
(September-December 99, pp. 6-8).
Javelin: A Leap Forward, CPT John T. Davis (J-F 92, pp. 14-15).
Javelin: A Quantum Leap in Infantry Weapons, MAJ Bradley N. McDonald (September-December 98,
pp. 4-6).
The Javelin and BFV Infantry: What is Really Important? LTC Martin N. Stanton (January-April 98,
pp. 10-12).
JavelinThe Knockout Punch, MG Carl F. Ernst, COMMANDANTS NOTE (S-O 96, pp. 1-2).
Javelin: Man-portable Close Combat Missile System, Steven Whitmore (August-December 2009, pp.
21-23).
Keep them Firing, SFC Stanley M. Edwards (J-F 80, pp. 44-45).
Killing Armor in the Middle Ground, MAJ Richard D. McCreight (M-A 88, pp. 14-16).
Killing Enemy Armor, MAJ James B. Leahy, Jr. (N-D 89, pp. 8-11).
LAWOld and New, MAJ Wilson Hall, USA (S-O 74, pp. 42-43).
LAW TrainingDo It! CPT Rodney S. Azama, USA (J-F 77, pp. 45-47).
Law Training Devices, LT Rodney S. Azama, USA (S-O 75, pp. 49-50).
Laying the Mortar Section, CPT Paul A. Rowlings, USA (S-O 74, p. 43).
LeftRightLeft, CPT Donald Nypaver, USA (M-J 74, pp. 47-48).
Light Infantry 60mm Mortars, CPT Michael T. Natusch (N-D 86, pp. 33-35).
Lightweight Company Mortars: Options for Employment, LT Chadwick W. Storlie (J-A 93, pp. 4-7).
LINCLOE System: A New Infantry Pack, MAJ David G. Faughnan (M-J 73).
Locating, Closing With and Incapacitating the Enemy, CWO5 (Retired) R.A. Grundy and MAJ
(Retired) P.H. Morgan (J-A 13, pp 41-42).
A Look at the M203, CPT John R. Malpass (N-D 70).
A Look at the TOW, CPT Billy R. Woodward (J-A 70).
The M113 Armored Porcupine, CPT Thomas P. Kehoe (J-F 66).
M16 vs AK: Which is Better? CPT Jack T. Kornfeld, USA (N-D 76, pp. 38-41).
M41 TOW: Improved Target Acquisition System (ITAS). LTC Craig G. Langhauser (Spring02, pp.1416).
M16A1 Marksmanship, LTC Jules C. Trepagnier, USA, Retired (M-A 74, pp. 53-56).
The M60 Machinegun: Training and Employment, CPT Jeffrey J. Gudmens (M-A 94, pp. 39-41).
The M203 in Urban Fighting, CPT Christopher E. Allen (N-D 85, pp. 35-36).

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The M240B Machinegun, CPT John Hodge (March-June 97, pp. 8-9).
The M249 Machinegun, Kenneth D. Martz (S-O 88, pp. 35-38).
Machinegunners, MAJ Harlie R. Treat (N-D 83, pp. 38-39).
Machineguns in the Infantry, MAJ James B. Baldwin (N-D 95, pp. 7-8).
A Magazine for the Machinegun, CPT Bruce P. Mamont (N-D 85, pp. 18-19).
Maintenance Monster, (S-O 73).
Making a Case for the Military Shotgun, CSM (Ret.) Robert Brizee (S-O 05, pp 10-12).
The Maneuverable Parachute, MSG Fred H. Bost (M-J 68).
Marshal Petain Understood it All: Firepower Kills, Dr. Burton Wright, III (May-August 2000, pp. 1314).
Mechanized Flame Operations in Vietnam, CPT Albert R. Amos, Jr., (M-A 71).
Meeting the Fire Support Challenge COL Gene Meredith and COL Richard M. Cabrey (N-D 2011, pp.
11-13)
The Mil and the Mil Relation Formula, MAJ Peter R. Moore (N-D 84, pp. 17-18).
Military Bolt-Action Rifles: Theyre Still Out There (M-J 2006, pp. 47-48).
The Military Sidearm, LT Richard C. Farnsworth (N-D 80, pp. 31-33).
Military Weapons, CPT Daniel W. Henk, USA (N-D 74, pp. 54-55).
Misusing the TOW, LT Konrad Trautman (J-A 83, pp. 12-13).
The MK 19 as an Indirect Fire Weapon, LT Robert Thornton (May-August 99, pp. 40-43).
Mortar 86, LT Mark L. Torrey (J-F 83, pp. 12-13).
Mortar Accuracy, CPT Paul A. Rowlings, USA (J-F 75, p. 52).
Mortar Ballistic Computer, SFC John E. Foley (S-O 86, pp. 40-42).
Mortar Employment, MAJ Christopher A. Collins (M-A 92, pp. 15-19).
Mortar Employment, LT Roger M. Clarizio (S-O 79, pp. 39-42).
Mortar Employment in Korea, LT Chadwick W. Storlie (M-J 92, pp. 40-43).
Mortar Fire Control, WO2 P.C. Hall, British Army (M-A 87, pp. 39-40).
Mortar Platoon Matrix, LT Craig S. Linderman (S-O 90, pp. 41-43).
Mortar Platoon Wire Net, MSG Arnold T. Bloodworth (N-D 80, pp. 45-46).
Mortar Positions, COL Harold R. Johnson, USA (M-J 74, p. 46).
Mortar Proficiency, LT Douglas M. Brown (M-A 80, 41-43).
Mortar Safety, CPT Paul A. Rowlings, USA (M-J 74, pp. 49-50).
Mortar Short-Range Training Rounds: Cost Effective, but Misunderstood, CPT Gary D. Jones (J-A
2000, pp. 46-48).
Mortar Support in the Korean Defile, LT Brian A. Pedersen (J-D 97, pp. 14-16).
Mortar Training in the 3rd Armored Division, LTC Gerald P. Stadler, USA (J-F 74, pp. 11-12).
Mortar Unit Wire Net, CPT George L. Humphries (N-D 79, pp. 38-40).
Mortaring: Can We Now Move Forward? WO2 Keith F. Hoyle, British Army (N-D 85, pp. 16-18).
Mortars: Able to Leap Tall Buildings, CPT Stewart E. Goesch and CPT Robert A. Lambert (J-A 85,
pp. 38-40).
Mortars and the Combined Arms Team, MG Michael F. Spigelmire (M-J 90, COMMANDANTS
NOTE, pp. 1-2).
Mortars for Light Platoons, Richard K. Fickett (M-J 87, pp. 15-18).
Mortars in Cities, CPT William B. Crews (M-A 83, pp. 13-15).
Mortars in the Desert, LT Douglas W. McEniry (M-A 84, pp. 34-36).
Mortars in Mountains, MAJ Thomas H. Whitley and CPT Charles T. D. Gendron (S-O 82, pp. 34-35).
Mortars in MOUT, MAJ Thomas H. Whitley and CPT Carl W. Riester (S-O 83, pp. 37-38).
A Mortar SOP, SGT Robert Florek (M-J 87, pp. 39-41).
Mortars: Tactical Employment, COL Robert D. Sander (S-O 90, pp. 36-39).
Mortars in Urban Combat, LT Richard F. Steiner (M-J 88, pp. 42-44).
Mortar Training Standards, SFC Steve L. Overholser (M-J 83, pp. 34-36).
MOUT Weapons The Search for a New Fire Support Weapon. Gordon L. Rottman. (Fall 03, pp. 2729).
Moving Mortars, CPT Charles S. Beaver, Jr., USA (M-A 75, p. 11).
Mr. Straightline: The AR-18, CPT Thomas M. Johnson (J-F 66).
Munition Effectiveness Manuals, Michael R. Jacobson (S-O 94, pp. 15-16).
The Neglected M16 Magazine, MAJ Thomas H. Baker (N-D 91, pp. 38-40).

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The New 81mm Mortar Training Device, CPT Paul A. Rowlings, USA (J-F 74, pp. 52-53).
New Bayonet? MAJ David E. Weir (S-O 70).
The New Bradley Gunnery Standards, CPT Benjamin Higginbotham and SFC Anthony Ananea
(March-June 97, pp. 29-32).
A New Delivery ApproachMC1-1, CPT Doug MacFarlane (M-J 73).
New Developments in Infantry Mortars, CPT Gary T. Rogers (J-A 72).
New Light Machine Gun Aims to SAW Soldiers Load Eric Kowal (N-D 2011, pp. 2-3).
New Rifle, LTC Roy F. Sullivan, USA (N-D 74, pp. 14-15).
Nuclear Weapons, MAJ Joe B. Foster, USA (M-J 74, pp. 46-47).
Organic Indirect Fire in the Heavy Maneuver Force, LTC Thomas R. Rozman (M-A 90, pp. 18-20).
PEO Soldier Develops Lighter More Lethal Weapons Systems, J.D. Leipold (July 2009, page 2).
Please Use Me! The Cry of a Mortar Platoon Leader, LT Rene G. Burgess (J-F 88, pp. 11-14).
PM Soldier Weapons Pursues Dual Path Strategy to Improve Service Rifle PEO Soldier (N-D 2010, p. 4)
Precision-Guided Munitions for BCT Commanders, MG (Retired) David C. Ralston and Patrecia
Slayden Hollis (M-J 2009, pp. 19-23).
A Primer on Exterior Ballistics for Infantrymen, CPT Wesley Moerbe (August-December 2009, pp. 1620).
A Proposal for a New Mortar Fighting Position SGT John J. Hawley, USMC (N-D 2011, pp.19-22).
Recon By Sound, MAJ Thomas G. Johnson (S-O 69).
Redeye: Ground to Air, CPT John S. Yakshe (J-A 66).
RIBS: A Concept for Reducing the Individual Infantrymans Combat Load, MAJ Douglas M. Hughes
(J-F 73).
The Rifle Squads Artillery, MAJ Charles R. Baker (S-O 69).
The Roaring Monsters,CPT John D. Zaver (J-A 73).
The Rocket-Propelled Grenade: Six Decades and Still Going Strong (M-A 2006, pp. 48-49).
Rocket Roundup, (CN), LTC Peter J. Foss (M-A 71).
Roving Mortars, CPT Richard D. Eye, USA, and CPT Paul A. Rowlings, USA (M-J 74, pp. 10-11).
The RPG-7 On the Battlefields of Today and Tomorrow. Lester W. Grau (May-August 98, pp. 6-8).
RShG-1, Russias Latest Thermobaric Grenade, Adam Geibel (September-December 2000, pp. 18-19).
Russian 40mm Grenades and Launchers. Adam Geibel. (Spring02, pp. 19-20).
SABOT, SFC Gary A. Mobley (M-J 80, pp. 37-38).
Scatterable Mines, MAJ Charles L. Belitz, USA (J-F 76, pp. 45-46).
Search for a Night Sight, LTC Santiago A. Garcia (M-A 71).
Shotguns in Combat: Lethality in the Close Fight, (J-F 2007, p. 49).
Shotguns Still a Valuable Asset, CPT Jeremy Phillips (Jul-Sep 13, pp 14-15).
Small Arms Ammunition for the 21st Century: High Performance Alternatives for the 5.56 NATO
Round. Stanley C. Crist. (M-J 04, pp. 9-11).
Small Arms Ammunition: Know What Youre Shooting, (This article first appeared in the June 2007
issue of PS, The Preventive Maintenance Monthly.) (J-F 2008, p. 50).
Small Arms in the Middle East, Jac Weller (M-J 71).
Smoke and Fire, MAJ John E. Sarantakes, USA (M-A 75, pp. 50-56).
Sniper Rifles Than and Now: Soviet Mosin-Nagant M91/30, US Model 1903A4 Springfield, Garand
M1C, US M21 Sniper System. Soviet Dragunov/SVD, US M24 Sniper Rifle, US Model M107 Barrett
.50 caliber, (J-A 2006, pp. 46-47).
Soldiers Receive New Grenade Launcher, PEO Soldier (August-December 2009, page 3).
Sound Advice, LTC Richard B. Staltz (S-O 73).
The Soviet AK74, Threat Division, DIS, USAIC (M-J 89, pp. 9-10).
Soviet ATGM Countermeasures, Michael R. Jacobson (M-A 91, pp. 8-10).
Soviet Mortars, CPT Scott R. Gourley and CPT David J. McDermott (N-D 84, pp. 12-14).
The School of Musketry: Two Rifles That Made a Difference, (M-A 2007, page 50).
The Submachinegun in the Personal Defense Role, Mr. Stanley C. Crist (M-A 93, pp. 17-18).
TACFIRE, K. Patrick Cathcart (S-O 79, pp. 19-21).
Tactical Employment of the Shoulder-Fired Rocket: New Tactics for the New LAW, LTC Michael R.
Harris (Ret) (N-D 96, pp. 29-32).
The Tactical Shotgun in Urban Operations, CPT Ryan Morgan (N-D 04, pp 13-15).
Tactical Tips for TOW Trainers, CPT Francis F. Patalano, USA (M-A 76, pp. 31-34).

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Tactics, Techniques and Procedures for the 60mm Mortar. SSG Jason E. Levy (M-J 04, pp. 43-46).
Take Aim, Reginald Hargreaves (M-A 68).
Take a TOW to the Movies, INFANTRY Staff (N-D 77, pp. 46-47).
Tank Ammunition, CPT Samuel T. Conn (J-A 80, pp. 37-39).
Task Force Heavy Mortars in a 360-Degree Battlefield: Lessons Learned from OIF Captain Matthew
Paul (J-F04 pp17-18).
Team Fish Hook Long Range Carbine Marksmanship Training in Afghanistan, CPT Matthew D.
McDonald (M-J 2008, pp. 37-38).
Things You Do With an 81mm Mortar, (CN), CPT Jack Stevenson (J-F 71).
Third Degree Burns, CPT James T. Collins (N-D 68).
Thoughts on the Medium Machinegun for the Light Infantry, CPT Matthew M. Canfield (N-D 95,
pp. 9-12).
Time for a Change, James Hoover (S-O 74, p. 16).
Tomorrows InfantryA Progress Report, MG Jerry A. White, COMMANDANTS NOTE (J-A 94,
pp. 1-2).
Tomorrows Rifle, CPT Noyes B. Livingston III (N-D 82, pp. 13-15).
Tomorrows WeaponsTodays Challenge, MG Jerry A. White, COMMANDANTS NOTE (M-J 93,
pp. 1-2).
TOW Accuracy Training, LT John S. Zachau (J-A 91, pp. 42-44).
TOW cap, CPT J. Karl Clark, SWAP SHOP (M-A 88, p. 39).
TOW-D, LT Austin Bay and SSG Steven R. Zemko (M-A 79, pp. 47-48).
TOW Evaluation, CPT Michael C. Jasiak, USA (S-O 77, pp. 30-33).
TOW Gunnery: The Motorized Approach, LTC Gregory C. Camp and CPT David . Olwell (S-O 87,
pp. 22-25).
TOW Gunnery With a Motorized Twist, COL A.J. Bergeron and CPT Lee F. Taylor (J-A 89, pp. 20-22).
TOW HMMWV Position, CPT Martin N. Stanton (N-D 88, pp. 41-43).
TOW/ITAS Colletive Skills Trainer, SFC (Retire) Steve Watts (J-A 13 pp 49-51.)
TOW: Making It Count, LTC John M. Pinson (M-J 79, pp. 10-12).
TOW in the Night, CPT Matthew D. Roberts, USA (M-J 77, pp. 44-45).
TOW Position: An Alternative, CPT Martin N. Stanton (S-O 87, pp. 36-38). (See correction in letter,
J-F 86, p. 3.)
TOW Really Works, LTC James Stone, USA (S-O 74, pp. 12-13).
TOW Tracking Skills, CPT Paul A. Petzrick, Jr. (J-F 83, pp. 37-38).
TOW Trainer Course, LT Michael T. Zaryczny (M-A 90, pp. 41-42).
TOW Training, CPT Stephen Bellene and CPT John N. Davis (M-J 82, pp. 39-40).
TOW Training Strategy, MAJ Anthony DiStephano and SFC David L. Boulden (J-A 88, pp. 33-34).
TOWs in the Offense: Techniques of a Motorized Force, CPT Craig J. Currey (M-J 89, pp. 42-44).
Tracers, CPT Donald A. Price (S-O 66).
Training Mortarmen, LTC Thomas D. Roberts II, USA (N-D 77, pp. 42-44).
Training Mortar Units, CPT George L. Humphries (M-J 79, pp. 42-45).
Training TOW Gunners, MAJ Michael V. Harper and MAJ Patrick H. Orell (J-F 79, pp. 12-14).
Training with the TOW, CPT Bruce T. Caine, USA (M-A 74, pp. 10-15).
Upgraded Sniper System Coming Soon PEO Soldier (N-D 2010, p. 2)
Using the Company Mortars, SFC Erik P. Henriksen (S-O 96, pp. 41-43).
Vietnams Angels of Mercy, LT Clarence Renshaw (N-D 66).
Warfighter Readiness, Battlefield Dominance PM CCS Offers Revolutionary Networked Munition
Systems, Liz McCarthy and Michael D. Kaplun (August-December 2009, pp. 9-11).
Weapons Corner: Can you ID these rifles? (N-D 05, pp 47-48).
Weapons and Equipment Testing, MAJ Richard D. James (M-J 71).
Whats Your Drift? SFC Willie G. Wells (N-D 80, pp. 40-41).
When Timing Means the Difference, (CN), LT Keith R. Richardson (J-A 71).
Where is our Twentieth Century Rifle, Jac Weller (J-A 73).
Why Deflection? MAJ Peter R. Moore (M-J 86, pp. 39-42).
Why Not a Quiet Rifle? MAJ David E. Baskett (M-A 80, pp. 14-16).
WWII Unit Honored for Bayonet Attack, COL (RET) Doug Dillard (M-J 2008, pp. 6-7).
XM80: Proposed New Load Carrying Equipment, MAJ Bruce D. Davis (M-J 72).

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XM395 120MM PGMM Program: The New Hip-Pocket Precision Munition, Jeffrey Dean Lane and
Peter J. Burke, (M-J 2006, pp. 9-12).
You and the M60, 1LT Jeffrey J. Springer (J-F 71).

WRITING AND SPEAKING


And Then I Wrote, CPT John A. Cooper (M-A 68).
Buzzword Cowards, Fred Bost (M-A 86, pp. 14-15).
Effective Communication for Commanders and Staff Officers, BG Stephen M. Mellnik (N-D 70).
Fighters Also Write, Allen K. Pruett (J-A 71).
Go AheadWrite It, LTC Paul E. Wilson (M-A 68).
Professional Reading Program, CPT Harold E. Raugh, Jr. (M-A 86, pp. 12-14).
Professional Writing, CPT Bruce T. Caine, USA (N-D 77, pp. 39-41).
Ritazutawk, Dwight W. Carr (N-D 74, pp. 45-47).
RTO, (CN), SP4 Ron Adams (S-O 70).
The Schizophrenic, Edwin Kalbfleish, Jr. (J-F 68).
Talk to Your Men, (CN), LTC Robert G. Rohland (S-O 70).
The Terminology Gap, CPT John R. Cooke (S-O 70).
Too Many Words, Edwin Kalbfleish, Jr. (M-A 68)
Words Matter: Terms Used Incorrectly Can Cause Confustion. CPT Michael Dane Acord. (M-J 04, pp.
11-12).
Writing Efficiency Reports, MAJ Harry D. Stumpf (J-F 89, pp. 14-16).
Writing for Publication, Marie B. Edgerton and Albert N. Garland (S-O 83, pp. 20-25).

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Aboul-Enein, Youssef (LCDR) The Arab Perspective of the 2006 Israeli War with Hezbollah: The
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Johnson, Dan (MAJ) , Can SeeCan Hit, (J-A 79, pp. 38-40).
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Johnson, David E. (LTC), The Medic on the Chemical Battlefield (M-A 83, pp. 24-26).
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Johnson, John D. (BG), LVC Training in Korea: The Armys Training Vision for the Future, In
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King, Mikola (CPT) Logistics in a DATE: Supplying our Soldiers in the Next War, (N-D 13, pp 36-37).
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Stanton, Martin N. (LTC), Operational Considerations for Sub-Saharan Africa (S-O 96, pp. 28-36).
Stanton, Martin N. (LTC), Riot Control for the 1990s (J-F 96, pp. 22-29).
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Wendt, Todd R. (MAJ), Bradley M2A3/M3A3: The Army Fighting Vehicle for the 21st Century
(January-February 97, pp. 23-27).
Wenger, William V. (LTC), Earthquake 94: Operations Other Than War (N-D 94, pp. 23-30).
Wenger, William V. (LTC), The Los Angeles Riots: A Battalion Commanders Perspective, (J-F 94,
pp. 13-16).
Wenger, William V. (COL) and Chaplain (COL) James P. Crews, Essential to Soldier Care: The
Commander and the Chaplain (January-April 2000, pp. 17-19).
West, Clifford R. (SGM), and LT Jeffrey A. Merenkov, Infiltration: A Form of Maneuver (M-A 93,
pp. 14-16).
West, LouElectronic Warfare and the Maneuver Soldier" (S-O 2011, pp. 44-45).
Westbrook, J. D. (MAJ), Mind Your Manners, (M-A 77, pp. 48-50).
Westphal, Thomas (CPT) and CPT Jason Guffey, Recognizing Negotiating Traits: A Junior Leaders
Ability to Successfully Conduct KLEs, (Jul-Sep 13, pp 9-12).
Wetzel, Sam (MG) - see COMMANDANTS NOTES.
Weyand, Ernst H., III (CPT), Operation TOUCHDOWN: Using the Dynamics of Combat Power
(M-A 94, pp. 33-38).
Wheeler, B. D. (COL), Military Operations in Built-up Areas, (J-A 77, pp. 34-35).
White, Boyce T., Jr. (CPT), and CPT Phillip E. Bodine, New Manual, (N-D 76, p. 45).
White, David M. (MAJ) and COL Carl F. Ernst, Bradley Infantry on the AirLand Battlefield (M-J 86,
pp. 20-24).
White, Jerry A. (MG), (See COMMANDANTS NOTES.)
Whitley, Thomas H. (MAJ) and CPT Charles T. D. Gendron, Mortars in Mountains (S-O 82, pp. 34-35).
Whitley, Thomas H. (MAJ) and CPT Carl W. Riester, Mortars in MOUT (S-O 83, pp. 37-38).
Whitmore, Steven Javelin: Man-portable Close Combat Missile System (August-December 2009, pp.
21-23).
Wilcox, Daniel (CPT) and SFC (Retired) Joe PisarcikArmy Sniper School Update, (N-D 12, pp 43-46).
Wilcox, John G. (LTC), Management Verus Marksmanship, (N-D 79, pp. 17-19).
Wild, John W. (LTC), Time Management Model (M-A 87, pp. 14-16).Wilder, Clinton, Jr. (MSG) and
MSG Robert E. Brewster, Infantry Mortar Training (S-O 85, pp. 40-41).
Wilder, Matthew Geospatial-Intelligence in Tactical Operatins and Planning (June-August 2011, pp.1114).
Wildey, Brian E. (1LT), Troop Takes Trainng Underground, (Jan-Mar 14, pp 46-47).
Wilkinson, John C. (LTC), Testing for Accuracy, (M-J 76, p. 14).
Willey, Barry E. (CPT), Wheres the Commander? (J-A 83, pp. 7-8).
Williams, Alexander G. (CPT) and MAJ Wright, Darron L. Counter-Mortar Operations in the Sunni
Triangle. (M-J 04, pp 8-10).
Williams, Bennie, Jr. (MAJ) and 1LT Gregory R. Cox, Dont Just Service Equipment . . . Service Entire

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Companies (September-December 2000, pp. 43-44).


Williams, Daniel T. (CPT), Extend the Range of a Radio (January-April 98, pp. 18-21).
Williams, John V. (CPT) and Edward Shepherd, Have CoursesWill Travel, (J-A 79, pp. 10-11).
Williams, Josh M. (CPT) and CPT Chris Toner, Support-by-Fire Positions (January-April 98,
pp. 39-42).
Williams, Michael T. (MAJ). Scouts: Their Selection, Training and Operations. (Spring 02, pp. 43-45).
Williams, Peter G. (CPT), SOPs That Work (N-D 84, pp. 37-38).
Williams, Roy D., II, Operations in an NBC Environment (N-D 91, pp. 27-30).
Williams, Walker D. (MAJ), Death of an Old Friend: The M1911A1 Pistol (M-J 85, pp. 15-18).
Williamson, Joel E. (LTC), Command and Control (M-J 86, pp. 25-29).
Willis, Thomas (1LT) Lessons from the Past: Successful British Counterinsurgency Operationsi n Malaya
1948-1960, (J-A 05, pp 37-42).
Wilson, Ben (SGT) The Evolution of Iranian Warfighting During the Iran-Iraq War: When Dismounted
Light Infantry Made the Difference, (J-A 2007, pp. 31-35).
Wilson, Dale E. (CPT), The Light Fighters LoadLets Consider ItAgain (M-J 88, pp. 13-14).
Wilson, Edward C. Military Decision Making Process and 21st Century Warfare: MDMP in 3D, (J-F
2007, pp. 16-17).
Wilson, Stanley (CPT), JRTC: The OPFORs Training (J-A 90, pp. 31-34).
Wilson, Warren D. (CPT), Individual Training (M-A 82, pp. 36-37).
Wince, Dennis M. (CPT), and CPT Rick Burtnett, Direct Fire Control(J-F 93, pp. 34-37).
Windle, Joseph C. (LTC) and CPT Harold E. Raugh, Jr., COHORT Company Training Program
(N-D 84, pp. 26-29).
Wingo, Tony N. (CPT), Extended FTX for RC Units (M-J 85, pp. 42-43).
Winn, Charles J. (CPT), CALFEX Range Safety (J-A 83, pp. 37-38).
Wintels, John J. (CPT) and CPT Kris P. Thompson, Tanks with Infantry, Part 1 (S-O 90, pp. 12-16).
Winter, Stephen R. (CPT), CSS Matrix (M-A 86, pp. 16-17).
Wise, Joseph (CPT) Establishing a Training Center for Diyala Border Enforcement, (J-A 2006, pp. 4245).
Wismann, Joseph B. (CPT), TAMMS: Lets Work Smarter (J-F 82, pp. 14-16).
Witkowski, Paul (CPT) Glider Assault on Ebel Emael as an Archetype for the Future. (M-A 04, pp. 2834).
Withers, Benjamin G. (LTC), Slim, Rommel, and Preventive Medicine (J-F 95, pp. 21-22).
Wojdakowski, Walter (MG) Sharing Information to Win the Global War on Terrorism, (J-A 2006, p. 1).
Wojdakowski, Walter (MG) Combatives and Conditioning: Winning the Close Fight, (M-J 2007, p. 1).
Wojdakowski, Walter (MG) Counterinsurgency Operations, (S-O 2007, p. 1).
Wojdakowski, Walter (MG) Cultural AwarenessCross Cultural Interaction Today, (J-F 2007, p. 1).
Wojdakowski, Walter (MG) Dismounted Operations: Training to Achieve Victory (J-A 2007, p. 1).
Wojdakowski, Walter (MG) Military Transition Teams,(N-D 2007, p. 1).
Wojdakowski, Walter (MG) Adaptability The Key to Success in Mountain Operations(J-F 2008, p. 1).
Wojdakowski, Walter (MG) Counterinsurgency Seizing the Initiative (J-A 2008, p. 1).
Wojdakowski, Walter (MG) Cultural Awareness Useful Today, Vital Tomorrow (M-J 2008, p. 1).
Wojdakowski, Walter (MG) Training Tomrrows Infantrymen: Todays War, Tomorrows Challenges
(S-O 2008, p. 1).
Wojdakowski, Walter (MG) Urban Operations Meeting the Challenges (M-A 2008, p. 1).
Wolf, John L. (CPT), CIPC (J-A 85, p. 43).
Wolf, John L. (CPT), Rifle Marksmanship (J-F 89, pp. 42-43).
Wolfe, Kenneth (SFC). Master Marksmen in the light infantry. (Spring 02, pp. 35-37).
Wolfla, Kevin P. (CPT) and LT David Kirkland, Lethality and Flexibility: Fighting the 4+3x9 Bradley
Platoon (May-August 2000, pp. 9-11).
Wolfley, Kyle (CPT), Talk More Sustainment, Less Tactics with Afghan Forces, (Jan-Mar 14, pp 19-21).
Wojack, Adam N. (CPT) and MAJ Edward J. Ospital, A Holistic Approach to Combat Identification,
(S-O 2006, pp. 18-21).
Wojdakowski, Walter (MG) A Century of Training,(M-A 2007, p. 1).
Wood, Todd (MAJ), and LTC Jeffrey Buchanan, MAJ Jim Larsen. Battalion MDMP in a TimeConstrained Environment. (Fall 03, pp. 44-46).
Wood, Jack B. (LTC), Heavy-Light Connection: Brigade (J-A 84, pp. 19-22).

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Woodard, Thomas J. (CPT) Non-lethal Targeting in COIN: Economic, Political, and Civil Actions Key to
Success (J-A 2010 pp. 31-33)
Woodring, Gary E. (LTC), Training Infantry in the ROK Army (J-A 85, pp. 14-15).
Woods, Jeffrey K. (LTC) Evolution of the M855A1 Enhanced Performance Round (N-D 2010, pp. 22-2224).
Wright, Burton, III, Marshal Petain Understood it All: Firepower Kills (May-August 2000, pp. 13-14).
Wright, Burton, III, Moral Authority at the Small Unit Level. Burton Wright III. (Fall 03, pp. 33-34).
Wright, Darron L (MAJ), The Fighting Eagle TAC 1-8th Forms Tactical Command Post Ground
Assault Element (Winter 03, pp. 6-7).
Wright, Darron L (MAJ) and CPT Alexander G. Williams. Counter-Mortar Operations in the Sunni
Triangle. (M-J 04, pp 8-10).
Wright, James E. (MAJ) and LTC George Curtis and MAJ Richard J. Vogel, Soldier Load: When
Technology Fails (M-A 87, pp. 9-11).
Wright, Kevin W. (MAJ), The Heavy Infantry Team: Expressing Actions at the Decisive Point (M-A 96,
pp. 21-26).
Wright, Richard M. (LT), IET Company XO (N-D 88, pp. 9-11).
Wright, Timothy (CPT) The Need for a New Cargo HMMWV (J-F 2006, pp. 26-31).
Wright, Walter E. (CPT), Alaskan Scout (M-J 82, pp. 15-16).
Wright, Walter (CPT), Tank Identification Training, (S-O 77, pp. 46-47).
Wyatt, Alan C. Growing Pains The Armys Transition to Two-Level Maintenance (J-F 2009, pp. 1517).
Xenophon, McGregor All the Way, (M-A 77, pp. 8-10).
Yaeger, Jeffrey W. (MAJ), Fire Support: The Written Side (M-A 90, pp. 25-27).
Yeargan, Robert G. (MAJ) and CPT Adolf Carlson, The Modern U.S. Infantry, (J-A 77, pp. 10-15).
Young, Katy Soldier Avatars Enhance Simulations (A-A 12, 2-3)
Young, Steven D., (LT), CPT Geoffrey N. Blake, and LT Karl I. Kussow, Developing OPFOR Soldiers
(J-F 94, pp. 39-41).
Young, Steven D., (CPT), CPT Geoffrey N. Blake and CPT John Calahan, OPFOR Observations from
the JRTC (J-F 95, pp. 30-35).
Younts, James O. (CPT) Antiarmor Tactics in a Built-Up Area, (J-F 73).
Zachau, John S. (CPT), Advice for a Light Infantry Platoon Leader (J-A 92, pp. 34-38).
Zachau, John S. (CPT), Escape and Evasion Training (J-A 93, pp. 45-46).
Zachau, John S. (CPT), Military Operations on Urban Terrain (N-D 92, pp. 44-46).
Zachau, John S. (LT), TOW Accuracy Training (J-A 91, pp. 42-44).
Zagdanski, Jonathan D. (CPT), Round 2 in Lebanon: How the IDF Focused Exclusively on COIN and
Lost the Ability to Fight Maneuver War, (S-O 2007, pp. 32-35).
Zajac, Daniel (COL) MAJ Brian A. Bissonnette, CPT John F. Carson, Jr. The First Army IED Training
Methodology,(J-A 05, pp. 43-46).
Zaryczny, Michael T. (LT), TOW Trainer Course (M-A 90, pp. 41-42).
Zemko, Steven R. (SSG) and 1LT Austin Bay, TOW-D, (M-A 79, pp. 47-48).
Ziek, Thomas G., Jr. (LT), Bradley Gunnery Training (J-F 86, pp. 37-39).
Ziek, Thomas G., Jr. (MAJ) and MAJ Christopher Hughes, Cordon and
Search Operations (J-A 95, pp. 8-11).
Zikowitz, Andrew (CPT) and COL Gene Meredith, Gene, MAJ David Moser, and Daniel Halligan A
Current Assessment of Excalibur Employment in Afghanistan, (A-A 12, pp 17-20).
Zilian, Frederick, Jr. (MAJ), On Being a Staff Officer (S-O 83, pp. 16-19).
Zimmerman, Paul C. (CPT), Long Range Planning: A Different Perspective (M-A 92, pp. 35-38).
Zink, Gale R., Jr. (MAJ), Back with Troops, (M-J 77, pp. 17-18).
Zirkle, Arnold J (CPT), Man and His Rifle, (N-D 76, p. 12).

LETTERS (By Subject)


1st Squadron, 4th Cavalry, Vietnam, research (S-O 96, p. 4).
10th Mountain Division Association, history needed, Ms. Bonnie McCune (J-F 89, p. 4).

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11th Air Assault material needed, COL Ted C. Chilcote (M-A 91, p. 3). (Rebuttal on The 82d Division in
Sicily, James A. Huston, J-A 85, pp. 29-34.)
13-man squad needed, MAJ Mike Davino (July-December 97, p. 3). Response to Commandants Note
(January-February 97, pp. 1-2).
21st Infantry Regiment, 2LT Darryl W. Sharp, M-A 92, p. 4).
25th Infantry Division Convention, LTC VanDyke (M-J 96, p. 3).
25th Infantry Regiment, info needed, COL Hank Winn (M-J, p. 7).
34th Infantry, 1950, info needed, MAJ Lacy C. Barnett (S-O 86, p. 6).
45th Infantry Division Association Reunion, Raul Trevino (Spring 02, pp. 5).
82d Division in Italy, CPL Marvin W. Bayer (S-O 86, pp. 4-5).
100th/442d/MIS, World War II Memorial Foundation, Debra Nishinaka-Skelton (January-February 97,
p. 4).
106 Infantry Division soldiers, information needed (J-A 95, p. 3).
173d Airborne Brigade reunion, Raymond C. Ramirez (J-F 96, p. 5).
AAWS-M manportable? MAJ Dee C. Christensen (S-O 89, p. 3).
Acronyms misused, BG Joe J. Breedlove (N-D 84, p. 50).
Advice for new lieutenants, MAJ Irvine C. Porter III (S-O 82, p. 50).
Aerial photography, CPT Walter T. Nelson (J-A 89, p. 3).
Aiming stakes, CPT William J. Martinez (M-A 82, p. 50).
Air defense artillery, MG Donald M. Lionetti (J-A 90, pp. 3-4).
Airmobility for mechanized units, COL Rolfe L. Hillman, Jr. (N-D 89, pp. 3-4).
ALC, acronym corrected, LTC (Retired) William G. Keyes (N-D 86, pp. 6-7). (Correction of acronym for
administrative logistics operations center in article Command and Control, LTC Joel D.
Williamson, M-J 86, pp. 25-29.)
Ambush, CPT L. Walter (N-D 88, p. 4). (Comments on LT Chris G. Pappas Platoon Live Fire Ambush,
M-J 88, pp. 40-42.)
Ambush, live fire, MAJ Vernon Humphrey (M-A 89, p. 3).
Ammunition, simulated, CPT Derek A.N. Soriano (M-A 88, p. 3). (More information from author of
Ammunition: Dummy, Inert, and Simulated, N-D 87, pp. 11-13.)
ANCOC, SFC Peter E. Bodgan (N-D 84, p. 50). (Comments on ANCOC: A Students Viewpoint, PSG
Mark S. Wafler, M-A 84, p. 6.)
ANGLICOs, MAJ James T. Biles (S-O 82, p. 49). (Comments on MAJ William R. Jones ANGLICO,
M-J 82, pp. 9-10.)
Antiarmor techniques, MAJ Michael K. Robel (M-A 90, pp. 3-4).
Antiarmor techniques, MAJ Dee C. Christensen (J-A 90, p. 5).
Antiarmor weapons, photos switched, 2LT Sean Seamus Walsh (J-A 84, p. 50). (Correct photo captions in
Antiarmor, LTC Edward Oliver, M-A 84, p. 20.)
Antiarmor weapons, photos switched, LTC Gerald Brune, French Army (S-O 84, p. 48). (Correct photo
captions in Antiarmor, LTC Edward Oliver, M-A 84, p. 20.)
Antihelicopter defense, Roy L. Wilson (J-F 80, p. 58). (Comments on Wire in the Sky, S-O 79.)
APC, history of, GEN Bruce C. Clarke (J-F 87, p. 6).
APCs of the past, Leo A. Appling, Jr. (J-F 82, p. 50).
Armored forces monument, COL Duquesne A. Wolf (M-J 89, pp. 3-4).
Army footgear, Don Powers (J-F 91, pp. 4-5).
Army .45 sidearm, LTC Robert P. Kingsbury (S-O 82, p. 48).
Army NG officers, Jonathan M. Stubbs (January-April 1999, p.3.) Response to failure to use rank of
Adam Geibel on his article Brazzavillethe Congo: Dying Cities in an Unknown War,
(September-December 1998).
Army of Excellence not working, SSG Joe Morley (M-A 91, pp. 2-3).
Army photos, David A. Holt (M-J 87, p. 4).
Army standards, CSM Larry Graham (N-D 94, pp. 4-5). Response to SWAP SHOP item on new boot
lacing technique, J-A 94, p. 48.
Army standards, adhere to, MAJ William M. Shaw, II (M-A 92, p. 3). Commenting on Informal NCO
Contract, by LT Mark D. Butler and CSM Angus A. Gray, INFANTRY, N-D 91, pages 11-13.
Audie Murphy Research Foundation, Larryann Willis (July-December 97, p. 5).

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Auftragstaktik, H.T. Hunt, Jr. (S-O 91, p. 3). Comments on LTC Knut Czeliks Auftragstaktik:
Thoughts of a German Officer (J-F 91, pp. 10-11).
Auftragstaktik, LTC James L. Yarrison (J-F 90, p. 3).
Aviation insignia, COL Gerald T. Luchino (M-J 84, p. 48). (Correct insignia shown in NEWS, J-F 84,
p. 5.)
Basic infantry skills universal, MAJ Jack E. Mundstock (S-O 87, p. 3). (Response to COL Huba Wass de
Czeges More on Infantry, S-O 86, pp. 13-15.)
Bastogne, U.S. battalion, not French, Lewis Sorley (S-O 94, p. 4). Comments on Major Kevin Bensons
article, Commanders Intent: Providing the Focus for Operations, M-A 94, pp. 15-17.
Battalion mortars, CPT Charles J. Haas (N-D 89, p. 2).
Battalion officer school, CPT Harold E. Raugh, Jr. (M-J 82, p. 50).
Battalion S-4, CPT R.J. Kolton (N-D 84, p. 51). (Comments on The Battalion S-4: Lessons Learned,
CPT Harold Raugh, (M-J 84, p. 22.)
Battle dress, CPT Gregory T. Banner (J-F 88, pp. 3-4). (Response to CPT Noyes B. Livingstons Battle
Dress SOP, S-O 87, pp. 18-19.)
Battle dress SOP, CPT Noyes B. Livingston III (J-A 88, pp 3-4). (Response to CPT Gregory T. Banners
letter on CPT Livingstons Battle Dress SOP, S-O 87, pp. 18-19.)
Battle Drill 6, CPT Curtis Carney (January-April 1999, p. 3). Response to article Lets Replace Battle
Drill 6, by CPT Drew R. Meyerowich (May-August 98).
Battlefield commissions, Daniel S. Ebeling (M-J 83, p. 52).
Battlefield psychology, LTC Roderick C. Briggs (S-O 88, pp. 5-6). (Response to CPT Adolf van Schells
Battlefield Psychology, M-A 88, pp. 40-44.)
Battle of the Bulge, veterans of, Nancy C. Monson (J-A 91, p. 6).
Battle of Dong Ha, material for book on, Keith W. Nolan (M-A 91, p. 4).
Battles and battlefields, book on, Edward A. Rock, Sr. (J-A 87, p. 4). (Response to CPT Derek A. Millers
Historical TEWT, M-A 87, pp. 22-26.)
Bayonet, SGT Ward Wright (S-O 84, p. 49).
Bayonet, myth of, CPT Charles L. Tallman (J-A 82, p. 52).
Bayonet replacement (rifle), William Befort (M-J 84, p. 49).
Bayonet training, S/SGT Robert S. Gerald, USMC (J-A 82, p. 49).
Bayonet training, CSM Lee S. Rodriquez (J-F 83, p. 50).
Bayonet training, MAJ Vernon Humphrey (S-O 84, p. 49). (Comments on letter, William Befort, M-J 84,
p. 49.)
Belly Flopper to Jeep, MG David W. Gray (S-O 87, pp. 3-4). (Response to photo of Belly Flopper, M-A 87,
p. 7.)
Berets, SFC Norman V. Purdue (M-A 87, p. 5). (Commenting on letter, N-D 86, pp. 4-5.)
BFV Infantry, Chester A. Kojro (May-August 98, p. 3).
Bicycle infantry, Dick D. Grube (N-D 94, p. 4).
Bicycle infantry, LTC Edwin L. Kennedy, Jr. (J-F 95, pp. 3-4). Response to CPT Kevin D. Stringers
article, Bicycle Infantry: The Swiss Experience, S-O 94, pp. 10-12.
Bicycles, all-terrain, Michael Sparks (J-F 95, pp. 4-5). Comments on CPT Kevin D. Stringers article,
Bicycle Infantry: The Swiss Experience, S-O 94, pp. 10-12.
BIFV wiring harness, SSG Dennis Payne (J-A 84, p. 50).
Bilateral staff, MAJ John D. Spengler (J-A 82, p. 49).
Blaze from arctic exercises, Kenneth C. Dumler (S-O 84, p. 52).
Body armor, Simon Dunstan (S-O 83, p. 52).
Bolton, Colonel Cecil, heroic leadership of, COL John M. Heller (S-O 94, pp. 3-4).
Book project, letters home from Operation DESERT STORM, Jess Tayloe (M-A 92, p. 4).
Book project on TET 1968, Keith William Nolan (N-D 94, p. 5).
Book review of On Strategy, COL Keith A. Barlow, and response from Dr. Joe P. Dunn (M-J 83, p. 50).
Book review protest, BG M. deNoray (S-O 82, p. 48).
Book review protest, John Douglas Marshall (N-D 94, p. 5). Response to review of his book Reconciliation
Road: A Family Odyssey of War and Honor, J-A 94, pp. 49-50.
Book review protest, COL Jacques L. Pons (S-O 82, p. 48).
Book reviews, Robert C. Smith (N-D 80, p. 59).
Books wanted, D. T. Bradley (M-A 82, p. 52).

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Boots, SFC Craig A. Steemsna (M-A 88, p 4.) (Response to letter from SFC W.P. Conboy, S-O 87, pp. 3-4.)
Boots, the coldcream trick, MAJ Charles F. Coffin (M-A 88, pp. 3-4). Response to letter from SFC W.F.
Conboy, S-O 87, pp. 3-4.)
Boots, L. E. Russell (S-O 80, p. 58).
Boots, CPT Christopher F. Long (S-O 80, p. 58).
Boots, COL Robert J. Cuthbertson and COL George R. Rubin, Natick Research and Development
Command (N-D 80, p. 58).
Boots and feet, SFC W.P. Conboy (S-O 87, p. 3). (Response to LT Larry T. Staats The Feet:
Mission-Essential Equipment, M-A 87, p. 13.)
Boots and handguns, Roy L. Wilson, Jr. (J-F 82, p. 52).
Bougainville, 3d Marine Division, Martin L. Steitz (S-O 94, p. 4). Comments on Stanley E. Frankels
article, Hell 700: The Key to the South Pacific, M-J 94, pp. 25-32.
Bradley comments, LT Stewart W. Bentley, Jr. (N-D 87, pp. 3-4).
Bradley firing port weapons, Stephen V. Cole (M-J 88, p. 5).
Bradley infantry, Chester A. Kojro (May-August 98, p. 3).
Bradley infantry, MAJ Reid E. Smith, III (September-December 98, p. 3).
Bradley MILES, hit, kill probability, Michael R. Jacobson (S-O 93, p. 3). Comments on Bradley MILES
Training: What I Didnt Know as a Company Commander, by CPT Gregory A. Watt, M-J 93.
Bradley MILES training, BG Paul J. Kern (S-O 93, p. 3). Comments on Bradley MILES Training: What
I Didnt Know as a Company Commander, by CPT Gregory A. Watt, M-J 93.
Bradley platoon organization, CPT Chester A. Kojro (M-J 87, pp. 4-5). (Correction to CPT Kojros
Bradley Platoon Organization, M-A 87, pp. 16-18.)
Buna, battle of, LTC David I. Grierson (S-O 93, p. 4). Comments on The Battle of Buna, by CPT
Dominic J. Caraccilo, M-J 93, and Tropical Regions: Influences on Military Operations, Part 2,
by COL Robert H. Clegg, M-J 93.
Cadences, VOLAR, LTC Robert K. Griffith, Jr. (N-D 84, p. 52).
Canadian magazine available, Donna Thompson (M-A 87, p. 5).
Canadian perspective, MAJ David Banks (S-O 96, p. 4). Comments on Establishing a Zone of
Separation, by CPT Fred Johnson (M-J 96) and Situational Training Exercises in Stability and
Support Operations, by LT John Brennan (M-J 96).
Canadians in the Gulf War, Fred Gaffen (M-J 91, p. 5).
Canadians in Vietnam, Doug Clark (J-A 83, p. 52).
Canadians in Vietnam, Fred Gaffen (J-F 89, p. 3).
Civilian-military relations, John B. Dwyer (J-F 80, p. 58). (Comments on Civilians in Fatigues, J-A 79.)
Clearance before publication, James. W. Hill (N-D 83, p. 49). (Response to Writing for Publication,
Marie B. Edgerton and Albert N. Garland, S-O 83, p. 20.)
Cold-wet conditions (protecting soldiers), S. Nicholas Allen (M-J 94, pp. 3-4). Response to LTC Jack H.
Cages article, Light Infantry in Cold-Wet Conditions, N-D 93, pp. 11-12.
Collector of insignia, Michael Pell (S-O 82, p. 52).
Combat experience, CPT F. Richard Hayse (M-J 89, p. 3).
Combat missions in METLs, CPT Robert S. Taylor (N-D 94, pp. 2-4). Response to letter Why Not
Legitimize OOTW Training? J-A 94, pp. 5-6.
Combined Arms Maneuver Battalion organization, MAJ Anthony Coroalles (J-F 89, p. 3).
Commanders control of unit, MAJ John H. Van Vliet III (N-D 83, p. 49). (Comments on Wheres the
Commander? CPT Barry E. Willey, J-A 83, p. 7.)
Common cartridge for rifle and machinegun, Ward D. Wright (September-December 2000, p. 6).
Response to letter by Don Loughlin (January-April 2000, p. 3).
Common cartridge for rifle and machinegun, Don Loughlin (January-April 2000, p. 3). Response to
Stanley C. Crists article, Is 6mm the Optimum Caliber? (September-December 1999, p. 6).
Common cartridge for rifle and machinegun, Stanley C. Crist (January-April 2000, p. 3). Response to Don
Loughlins comments, same page.
Company commander rank, CPT Gregory T. Banner (N-D 90, p. 3).
Company commander rank, SFC Leigh F. Wade (N-D 90, p. 3).
Company commander rank, LT Thomas J. Kardos (N-D 90, pp. 3-4).
Company defense, CPT Donald Vandergriff (M-J 91, pp. 4-5).

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Company XO, LTC Ronald R. Sommer (M-A 84, p. 51). (Reminder of The Company XO, LTC John R.
Galvin, N-D 69, p. 34.)
Compass techniques, GPS, Silva XL, Dr. Richard Rumbold (January-April 98, p. 4).
Confederate cannon, LTC Duncan M. Thompson, Sr. (N-D 88, p. 4). (Comments on news item from the
Infantry Museum, J-A 88, p. 9).
Contingency METL and pre-deployment training, CPT Kirk T. Allen (J-F 96, pp. 4-5).
Contract training, CPT John F. Irelan (J-A 89, p. 4).
Correction to article (Aiming Circle Accuracy, J-F 88, pp. 9-11) by author, J. Kevin Muilman (M-J 88,
pp. 4-5).
Correction to book review of Die Schlact um Moskau, Erhard F. Konerding (J-A 82, p. 51).
Correction to One-On-One Training, Joyce Ardale (J-A 82, p. 52).
Corrections on biographical data from J-F 96 issue.
Corrections to TOW article (S-O 87, pp. 36-38), CPT Martin N. Stanton (J-F 88, p. 3).
Cottonbalers (7th Infantry), Earl A. Reitan (N-D 83, p. 48). (Correction to A Cottonbaler, MAJ Daniel
Raymond, J-F 82, p. 10.)
Counter-reconnaissance, CPT William B. Crews (M-J 88, p. 5). (Comments on CPT Robert R. Leonhards
Counter-Reconnaissance Company, J-F 88, pp. 23-26.)
CPXs from 1960s, Robert W. McMahon (J-A 88, p. 4). (Response to CPT Anthony R. Garretts CPX
Planning for a Battalion Staff, M-A 88, pp. 30-31.)
Croatia, thanks from, MSG Edward Steele (M-A 96, p. 4). Response to Convoy Live-Fire Exercises and
Preparing a Battalion for Combat: Marksmanship (J-A 95); Route Clearance Operations
Preparing a Battalion for Combat: Maneuver Live-Fire Training and PIRs: What They
Are...and Are Not (S-O 95).
Crossed muskets, COL Robert F. Baker (M-A 89, pp. 3-4).
Crossed muskets, MAJ Terry W. Harmon (M-A 89, p. 3).
Decision process, LTC Jack E. Mundstock (March-June 97, p. 4). Response to The Accelerated Task
Force Decision Making Process, by CPT Norbert C. Jocz (N-D 96).
Defensive position, platoon, CPL Darryl Ledbetter (S-O 84, p. 48).
Defensive position, platoon, A. Mark Ratner (S-O 84, p. 48). (Comments on Platoon Y Defense, PSG
David J. Robbins J-F 84, p. 39.)
Desert operations, CPT Wayne J. Sabo and CPT Edwin L. Kennedy, Jr. (M-A 82, p. 50).
Desert Navigation correction, INFANTRY Staff (N-D 90, p. 3).
DESERT STORM/SHIELD, Stephen Menick (J-A 91, p. 6).
Dien Bien Phu, Jack Mudie (M-A 95, p. 3). Response to CPT James R. Nagels article Dien Bien Phu
1954: A Historical Perspective, S-O 94, pp. 32-38.
Division and brigade lineage, Eric R. Shimer (S-O 88, p. 6).
Doctrine, MAJ Alex Dumbrigue (J-A 80, p. 55). (Comments on Winning the Final Battle, J-F 80.)
Dragon, MILES, SFC Charles R. Souza (M-A 84, p. 52). (Comments on Dragon Training, MAJ Curtis
L. Devan, S-O 84, p. 33.)
Dragon training tips, CPT Robert Epps (J-F 84, p. 52).
Dragons in snow, LT David W. Szelowski (M-A 83, p. 50).
Drills, squad battle, SGT Robert A. Linthicum (S-O 84, p. 49).
Echo company, MAJ Lee F. Kichen (J-F 86, p. 7). (Response to Echo
Company: The Fifth Player, CPT Michael Hackney, J-A 85, pp. 20-24.)
Echo company, revamp, LT William H. Hayes (J-F 86, pp. 6-7). (Comments on Echo Company: The
Fifth Player, CPT Michael Hackney, J-A 85, pp. 20-24.)
EIB argument, LT William B. Ostlund (J-A 90, p. 4).
EIB, declining prestige, PSG Marshall K. Maddox (M-A 90, p. 4).
EIB, just issue it, SFC Brian R. Anderson (S-O 90, p. 5).
EIB, old soldiers argument, CPT John M. Chenoweth (J-A 90, pp. 4-5).
EIB road march, CPT Martin N. Stanton (J-A 88, pp. 5-6).
EIB road march standard, LTC Carroll D. Childers (J-F 89, p. 2).
EIB road march standard, SSG Brian R. Anderson (M-J 89, p. 3).
EIB, setting the record straight, CPT Robert B. Wilson (S-O 90, p. 5).
Engineers, use of, CPT Kurt E. Nygaard (M-J 86, pp. 6-7). (Comments on An Execution Matrix, MAJ
Robert J. Henry, J-A 85, pp. 34-36.)

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Filling canteens, CDT Herbert A. Van Patten II (S-O 89, pp. 2-3).
Finger drills, LT Douglas Long (S-O 88, p. 5).
Fire Control, Former Infantryman (M-J 84, p. 49).
Fire support in low-intensity conflict, Rick Bridges (J-A 92, p. 4).
Firing advantages, LT David J. Daze (J-F 87, p. 4).
Fire support, SFC Stevan W. Connors (S-O 91, p. 2). Comments on CPT Jonathan D. Thompsons
Understanding Fire Support (M-J 91, pp. 38-41).
Fire support, authors rebuttal, CPT Jonathan D. Thompson (S-O 91, p. 2). Response to SFC Stevan W.
Connors comments (S-O 91, p. 2).
First Infantry Division reunion, Arthur L. Chaitt (J-F 96, p. 5).
First Infantry Division reunion, Arthur L. Chaitt (N-D 96, p. 4).
First Infantry Division Reunion, Edward J. Burke (September-December 98, p. 3).
First Infantry Division Reunion, Edward J. Burke (Spring 02, pp. 5).
Flag signal changes, CPT Edwin L. Kennedy, Jr. (M-A 87, p. 4).
Footbridge, floating, LT Dane S. Tkacs (J-F 87, pp. 4-5).
Foreign Area Officersw, MAJ Ray D. Croy, Jr. (J-A 80, p. 57).
Former Fort Benning residents sought, MG Ellis W. Williamson (J-A 91, p. 6).
Fort Benning, reflections on, LTC Jim McDonough (M-A 84, p. 50).
Fortifications, LTC John Sloan (J-F 80, p. 58). (Comments on Any Competent Staff Officer, S-O 79.)
Fort Seward, Alaska, information sought, Cynthia Aukerman (M-A 91, p. 4).
Future urban combat, Arthur A. Durante, Jr. (May-August 2000, pp. 4-6).
Graphic firing table, CPT Mark E. Mercer (M-A 84, p. 49). (Response to FDC Techniques, LT Stephen
Perkins, N-D 83, p. l3.)
Grenade machinegun, 40mm, CPT Chester A. Kojro (S-O 86, p. 4). (Response to error in INFANTRY
News, M-A 86, pp. 10-11.)
Grenade machinegun, 40mm, CPT Michael C. Reilly (S-O 86, p. 4). (Response to error in INFANTRY
News, M-A 86, pp. 10-11.)
Grunt? SSG Chuck Grist (N-D 86, p. 7).
Gummy bear leadership, LTC Monte R. Anderson (J-F 89, p. 4).
Headquarters commandant, LT Collin A. Agee (N-D 83, p. 49). (Comments on The Headquarters
Commandant, M-J 83, p. 10.)
Helmet, new, LTC Robert P. Kingsburg (M-J 84, p. 50).
Helmet shaving basin, Bob Hammack (M-A 92, p. 4). (Comments on news item on liner for PASGT
helmet, INFANTRY, N-D 91, p. 3.)
Helocasting, SFC Larry Kelley (J-F 80, p. 59). (Comments on Helocasting, S-O 79.)
Helocasting, LT W. T. Alexander (M-J 80, p. 56). (Comments on Helocasting, S-O 79.)
Helocasting, CPT F. A. Johnson III (J-A 80, p. 56). (Comments on Helocasting, S-O 79.)
Heroes, 1SG Gerald W. Dooloff (M-A 84, p. 50). (Comments on Infantry in Action: Heroes Born in
Battle, N-D 83, p. 28.)
Historical, William L. Fieldhouse (M-J 80, p. 56). (Comments on The Old Army, S-O 79.)
Historical, CPT Lance Booth (J-A 80, p. 57). (Comments on Past Times section of INFANTRY.)
Historical, John B. Dwyer (J-A 80, p. 58). (Comments on Subtle Leadership, M-A 80.)
Historical, S. J. McIntosh (N-D 80, p. 58). (Comments on The Barefoot Empire, M-J 80.)
Historical, MAJ E. Paul Semmens (J-A 80, p. 55). (Comments on Task Force Smith, J-F 80.)
Historical information, sources, CPT Kevin Born (J-A 87, p. 4). (Response to MAJ Glenn W. Davis Unit
Histories: A Guide to the Agencies That Can Help, J-F 87, pp. 13-14).
Historical scroll, Devonshire and Dorset Regiment, LTC Peter Burdick (N-D 86, p. 7).
History, MG David W. Gray (M-J 90, pp. 3-4).
History, S.L.A. Marshall, CPT Dave Taggart (J-A 89, pp. 3-4).
History Symposium, U.S. Air Force Academy, MAJ John T. Farquhar (M-A 94, p. 4).
History, use lessons cautiously, CPT John N. Lesko, Jr. (M-A 89, p. 3).
Honors armed forces, Ralph W. Widener, Jr. (N-D 84, p. 51).
Horse soldiers, information for book, Stephen B. McCartney (M-A 91, p. 4).
The Human animal changes not much, D.M. Giangreco and Kathryn Moore (Spring02, pp. 4).
IBCT, LTC Jack E. Mundstock, (September-December 2000, p. 6). Response to the article, Observations
on the IBCT/and the FBCB2, by CPT Jeffrey A. Saeli (May-August 2000, pp. 27-31).

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Images of Infantry, MAJ Douglas A. Martz (N-D 86, p. 6).


Infantry, dont subdivide it, CPT Dale E. Wilson (M-A 88, p. 3). (Comments on letter from MAJ Jack
Mundstock, S-O 87, p. 3.)
Infantry division (light), LTC Philip F. Kearns (N-D 84, p. 49). (Comments on Infantry Division (Light),
M-A 84, p. l6.)
Infantry division (light), major weaknesses, CPT Paul H. Vivian and MAJ Peter F. Cohen (J-A 84, p. 49).
Infantry division (light), LTC Robert G. Clarke (J-A 84, p. 48).
Infantry division (light), CPT Quentin W. Schillare (M-J 84, p. 50).
Infantry fighting vehicle, LTC Chester A. Kojro (March-June 97, p. 3). Response to Designing the Next
Infantry Fighting Vehicle, by Gregory Pickell (J-A 96).
Infantry of future, LTC James R. Carlson (J-F 83, p. 50). (Comments on The Future of the Infantry,
Office of Infantry Force Management, USAIS, S-O 82, p. 19.)
Infantry, light, LTC Carl F. Ernst (J-F 83, p. 50). (Response to Keep It Light, MAJ John P. Gritz,
J-A 82, p. 6.)
Infantry, from light to mech, LTC Marshall L. Helena (M-J 90, p. 3).
Infantry, light vs mechanized, CPT Douglas M. Brown (J-F 83, p. 51). (Comments on Which Comes
First? CPT Kenneth A. Siegel, S-O 82, p. 36.)
Infantrymans role, CPT D. Christian Frandsen, Jr. (S-O 82, p. 49).
Infantry mortar leaders, John Weller (Summer 02, pp. 3).
Infantry, one kind, CPT Jack E. Mundstock (M-A 86, p. 7). (Response to Three Kinds of Infantry, COL
Huba Wass de Czege, J-A 85, pp. 11-13.)
Infantry Organization, MAJ Walter E. Mather (J-A 80, p. 56).
Infantry weapon system, specialized, LT Les Balty (M-J 88, p. 4). (Comments on CPT Max Olivers
Infantrymans Combat Weapon, N-D 87, pp. 9-11.)
Infiltration, MAJ Donald E. Vandergriff (J-A 96, p. 2). Response to LTC Martin Stantons article,
Infiltration Attack (M-A 96).
In Praise of the M79, BG John R. Scales (Spring 02, pp.3).
ITV problems, proposed solutions, Richard K. Fickett (M-J 92, p. 3).
ITVs in Bradley units, LTC E.W. Chamberlain III (M-A 91, p. 3).
Janus simulator is a combat multiplier, CPT James J. Smith (Fall 03, pp 3).
Javelin dramatically improved, COL John P. Weinzettle (September-December 2000, pp. 5-6). Response
to The Antitank Section in Support of a Light Infantry Rifle Platoon, by CPT Charles L. Hiter
(January-April 2000, pp. 15-16).
Khe Sanh, book on, Eric M. Hammel (M-A 86, p. 7).
Killing armor, CPT Dee C. Christensen (S-O 88, pp. 4-5). (Response to MAJ Richard D. McCreights
Killing Armor in the Middle Ground, M-A 88, pp. 14-16.)
Killing armor, MAJ Larry A. Altersitz (J-A 88, p. 5). (Response to MAJ Richard D. McCreights Killing
Armor in the Middle Ground, M-A 88, pp. 14-16.)
Kilroy information solicited, Nick Retson (M-J 80, p. 58).
Kolwezi raid, LTC A. Couwenberg (J-A 80, p. 55). (Comments on Kolwezi: An Airborne Assault, N-D
79.)
Kolwezi raid, MAJ Gayden E. Thompson (M-A 80, p. 56). (Comments on Kolwezi: An Airborne Assault,
N-D 79.)
Korean war articles, Stanley Sandler (J-F 90, p. 5).
Korean war museum, LTG Byung Hyung Lee (J-F 90, p. 5).
Korean war rangers, COL Robert W. Black (J-A 84, p. 50).
Krueger, General Walter, MG David W. Gray (J-A 83, p. 51). (Comments on Water Krueger, An
Infantry Great, GEN Arthur Collins, J-F 83, p. 14.)
Land navigation, 1st LT C.W. Schmidt, USMC (N-D 84, p. 48). (Comments on Land Navigation: A
Common Task, Not Commonly Understood, Noel J. Hotchkiss, M-A 84, p. 25.)
LAV III needs on-board ladder, Gordon L. Rottman (MSG, Retired) (May-August 2000, p. 6).
Lawrence, T.E. The 27 Articles of T.E. Lawrence (Published in the Arab Bulletin, August 20, 1917.) (ND 2007, pp. 10-12).
Leadership, LTC John R. Corson (N-D 83, p. 48). (Comments on A Personal Reflection on Leadership,
LTC Henry G. Gole, S-O 83, p. 12.)
Leadership, COL Thayer Cummings (J-F 84, p. 49). (Response to A

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Personal Reflection on Leadership, LTC Henry Gole, S-O 83, p. 12.)


Leadership, LT William L. Clardy (S-O 88, p. 6). (Response to Roy C. Owens Thoughts for a New
Sergeant, M-J 88, pp. 18-19.)
Leadership, George G. Eddy (J-F 84, p. 49). (Response to A Personal Reflection on Leadership, LTC
Henry Gole (S-O 83, p. l2.)
Leadership, LTC M.C. Helfers (J-F 84, p. 50). (Response to A Personal Reflection on Leadership, LTC
Henry Gole (S-O 83, p. 12.)
Leadership, COL Thomas B. Vaughn (J-F 84, p. 49). (Response to A Personal Reflection on Leadership,
LTC Henry Gole (S-O 83, p. 12.)
Leadership, MAJ William M. Shaw II (M-J 90, p. 4).
Leadership, CPT Jay L. Warnick (M-J, p. 58).
Leadership (ability and attitude), George Eddy (J-A 83, p. 50). (Comments on Able and Willing,
Dandridge Malone, M-A 83, p. 9.)
Leadership and care of the feet, MG David W. Gray (M-J 88, p. 4).
Leadership and PT, MAJ William J. Martinez (N-D 90, p. 4).
Leadership, having platoon leader carry M203, SGT Stephen Z. Bardowski (J-F 86, p. 5).
Leadership, Marshall style, MAJ Cole C. Kingseed (S-O 86, pp. 5-6).
Leadership, not machinery, CPT Gary H. Cavender (M-A 82, p. 50).
Leadership philosophy, SFC G. J. Dyer (M-J 80, p. 56). (Comments on Philosophy of Leadership, N-D
79.)
Leadership philosophy, SGT Stewart Hanks (M-J 80, p. 56). (Comments on Philosophy of Leadership,
N-D 79.)
Light antitank weapons, Lance Corporal Mike Sparks, USMC (J-A 83, p. 50).
Light artillery, LTC M.G. MacLaren (N-D 87, p. 4). (Commenting on LT Carl R. Moores Light
Artillery, M-J 87, p. 20.)
Light fighters, 1SG Scott E. Thompson (N-D 89, p. 3).
Load planning at squad and platoon level, LTC Michael J. Bayer (J-A 87, p. 5).
Long distance marching, Retired MAJ William Shaw (Spring 02, pp. 5).
Long-range surveillance units, MSG David A. Pils (S-O 91, pp. 3-4).
Low intensity conflict, MAJ Robert C. Leicht (J-A 91, pp. 4-5).
Low intensity conflict symposium, Gilbert W. Buhrmann, Jr. (J-F 87, p. 6).
LRSD isolation briefback procedure, MAJ William M. Shaw, II (M-J 93,p.4). Comments on CPT John A.
Schatzels article, LRSD: Adapt, Improvise, and Overcome, J-F 93.
M3 Bradley as TOW vehicle in antiarmor company, LT W.H. Hayes (J-A 91, pp. 5-6).
M16 rifle, William Befort (J-A 82, p. 51).
M16 rifle argument, Thomas G. Embry (M-A 82, p. 52).
M16 rifle, faith in, SSG Scott Cooper (J-A 82, p. 51).
M16A2 zeroing procedures (J-A 95, p. 3).
M60 machinegun, SSG Mark Flowers (M-A 96, p. 3). Response to Machineguns in the Infantry, by
MAJ James B. Baldwin (N-D 95) and Thoughts on the Medium Machinegun for the Light Infantry
Company, by CPT Matthew M. Canfield (N-D 95).
M249, light platoon firepower, Richard K. Fickett (M-J 91, pp. 3-4).
M249 machinegun should not replace M60, LT Maurice P. Heisig (M-J 91, p. 3).
Machinato Bluff, (The Reverend) John K. Dempsey (J-F 84, p. 50). (Comments on Infantry in Action:
Deception on the Shuri Line, CPT Edmund G. Love, J-A 83, p. 14.)
Machinegun assault bag, Stanley C. Crist (January-April 98, p. 3). Comments on the article, The M240B
Machinegun, by Chaptain John Hodge, March-June 1997.
Machinegun, M249 (SAW), Richard J. Weader (J-F 89, pp. 2-3).
Machinegunner MOS, Daniel R. Paul (M-J 84, p. 48). (Comments on Machinegunners, MAJ Harlie
Treat, N-D 83, p. 38.)
Machinegunner MOS, 1stLT J.D. Howell, USMC (M-J 84, p. 49). (Comments on Machinegunners,
MAJ Harlie Treat, N-D 83, p. 38.)
Machinegunnery, LTC John M. Olejniczak (N-D 84, p. 49). (Comments on Machinegunners, MAJ
Harlie Treat, N-D 83, p. 38.)

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Machineguns, LTC Albert N. Garland, Retired (J-F 96, p. 3). Response to MAJ James Baldwins article,
Machineguns in the Infantry (N-D 95, pp. 7-8) and CPT Matthew Canfields article, Thoughts
on the Medium Machinegun for the Light Infantry Company (N-D 95, pp. 9-12).
Manual, basic infantry, Richard Van Horne (N-D 84, p. 52).
Manuscripts solicited, topical interest, Lloyd G. Lyman (J-F 87, p. 5).
Map course, MAJ Russell A. Gallagher (J-F 90, p. 4).
Map course distances, LT Patrick J. Conlon (N-D 89, p. 3).
Map makers seeking input, Bill Carlson (M-A 96, p. 4).
Map reading, SFC Russell G. Furtado (J-A 84, p. 51).
Map reading, CPT Mark M. Earley (M-J 87, p. 5). (Commenting on LTC William D. Telfairs Why
Johnny Cant Read...A Map! J-A 87, pp. 6-8.)
Map reading, MAJ Charles F. Coffin III (M-J 90, pp. 4-5).
Marksmanship, Cadet Edward Pascucci (J-A 86, p. 4).
Marksmanship, CPT Walter A. Alemany (N-D 86, p. 4).
Marksmanship badges, LT James W. English (M-J 83, p. 51).
Marksmanship, rifle, R.R. Keene (J-A 91, pp. 3-4).
Marksmanship training, MAJ Gregory T. Banner (S-O 91, pp. 4-5).
Marksmanship with chemical masks, COL Jan R. Roberts (J-A 91, p. 3).
Marne maneuver (corrections), LTC Richard J. Morgan (M-A 84, p. 49).
Marshall, S.L.A., CPT F.D.G. Williams (S-O 83, p. 51).
Master gunner program, CPT Scott Adams (J-F 82, p. 51).
Matrix, execution, refined, CPT Noyes B. Livingston III (J-F 86, pp. 5-6). (Response to An Execution
Matrix, MAJ Robert Henry,S-O 85, pp. 34-36.)
MC1-1 parachute, CPT Clyde M. Leavelle (M-A 82, p. 49).
Mechanized infantry, SFC Gordon L. Rottman (M-J 90, p. 5).
Memorabilia, 16th Infantry, LTC George Basso (J-A 84, p. 52).
Memorial, 11th Airborne, Lester E. Long (M-J 83, p. 50).
Metric system, 1LT George Williams (M-J 84, p. 50).
MILES lanes, a sterile environment, SSG Marshall K. Maddox (N-D 92, p. 3).
MILES vs. live fire, CPT Thomas P. Kratman (J-F 86, p. 6).
Military history, call for manuscripts, Michael McNierney (J-F 80, p. 57).
Military history, more needed, MAJ J. F. Holden-Rhodes (M-J 82, p. 51).
Military history research program, Dr. Benjamin Franklin Cooling (J-A 80, p. 59).
Military history, study of, Randi L. Buros (J-F 95, p. 3).
Military history, study of, Charles E. White (M-A 95, p. 6). Response to LT Randi I. Buros letter, (J-F 95,
p. 3).
Military history symposium , MAJ Harry R. Borowski (M-J 80 p. 58).
Militia not necessarily NG, Michael M. Smith (J-F 88, p. 4). (Response to CPT Robin M. Cathcarts
Forgotten Heritage, J-A 87, pp. 18-19.)
Misery in training, CPT Ray L. Towle (M-J 83, p. 49). (Response to Train to be Miserable, MAJ
Timothy P. Maroney, J-F 83, p. 9.)
Misery in training, SSgt D. Bilinovich, USMC (J-A 83, p. 49).
Mk 19 unappreciated, SFC Ronald W. Alley, Jr. (N-D 96, p. 4). Response to Mike Sparks letter to editor
in N-D 1994 issue.
Mk 19 short of explosive power, SSG Ernest Hoppe (January-February 97, pp. 4-5). Response to letter
from SFC Ronald Alley (N-D 96, p. 4).
M113, rearming, MAJ Barton L. Pearl (M-J 86, p. 6).
M113, upgrade of, MAJ Paul L. Conway (N-D 86, pp. 5-6). (Comments on Mechanized Infantry, SFC
John E. Foley, J-A 86, pp. 29-34.)
Modern war studies, Michael Briggs (M-A 87, p. 5).
Mogadishu, 2LT G. Graft and SSG Joseph Camiolo (M-A 95, p. 4). Response to CPT Charles P. Ferrys
articles, Mogadishu, October 1993: Personal Account of a Rifle Company XO, S-O 94, pp. 22-31,
and Mogadishu, October 1993: A Company XOs Notes on Lessons Learned, N-D 94, pp. 31-38.
Mogadishu, CPT Jeffrey D. Church (M-A 95, pp. 4-5). Response to CPT Charles P. Ferrys article,
Mogadishu, October 1993: A Company XOs Notes on Lessons Learned, N-D 94, pp. 31-38.

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Mogadishu, COL Harry M. Kemp (Ret) (M-A 94, p. 5). Comments on CPT Charles P. Ferrys two-part
series on Mogadishu, S-O 94, pp. 22-31, and N-D 94, pp. 31-38.
Mogadishu, Rifle Company XO in Somalia, LTC Albert N. Garland (Ret) (M-A 95, p. 5). Response to
CPT Charles P. Ferrys two-part series on Mogadishu, S-O 94, pp. 22-31, and N-D 94, pp. 31-38.
Moral dimension of war, LTC Frederick Zilian, Jr. (M-J 86, p. 4). (Comments on The Moral Dimension:
The Thoughts of Ardant du Picq, COL Richard Timmmons, N-D 85, pp. 10-11.)
Morale (excerpt from Crusade in Europe, by GEN Dwight D. Eisenhower), A.C. Hanson (M-J 83, p. 51).
More on interpreters, Christian De Leon-Horton (Summer 02, pp. 4)
Mortar employment, MAJ John L. Strong (J-F 91, p. 5).
Mortar fire control, SSG John E. Foley and SSG Arthur L. Lacewell (J-A 83, p. 49). (Comments on
Deflection Scale Board, MAJ Mark S. Flusche, J-F 83, p. 38.)
Mortar munitions, smart, 1LT Bruce C. Blakemore, Jr. (M-A 95, pp. 5-6). Response to Robert Gaudets
letter on mortar smart munitions, J-A 94, pp. 3-4.
Mortar munitions, smart, Robert F. Gaudet (J-A 94, pp. 3-4).
Mortar, 120mm, James E. Larsen (N-D 84, p. 49). (Comments on A Heavy Mortar for a Light Division,
CPT Arthur A. Durante, J-F 84, p. 11.)
Mortar platoon leader, SSG Robert ODay (N-D 83, p. 51).
Mortar range safety, CPT Michael M. Toler (M-A 80, p. 56).
Mortar renaissance, Richard K. Fickett (S-O 90, pp. 4-5).
Mortar, 60mm, dual-mounting problems, SFC Thomas R. Woodhams (J-A 94, pp. 4-5).
Mortar, 60mm, issues, clarifying earlier letter, Richard K. Fickett (J-A 94, p. 3).
Mortar, 60mm, productivity, Richard K. Fickett (J-F 94, p. 3).
Mortar, 60mm, solution is additional personnel, SFC Robert S. Underwood (M-A 94, p. 3-4).
Mortar smart munitions, Mr. Richard F. Fickett (J-F 93, p. 3). Comments on Mr. Earl W. Rubrights
letter on mortars and smart munitions, S-O 93.
Mortar unit communications, LTC Bob Shambarger (M-A 80, p. 56). (Comments on Mortar Unit Wire
Net, N-D 79.)
Mortars and smart munitions, Earl W. Rubright (S-O 92, p. 3). Comments on Mortar Employment, by
MAJ Christopher A. Collins, M-A 92).
Mortars for light platoons, LTC Robert P. Kingsbury (S-O 87, p. 5). (Response to Richard K. Ficketts
Mortars in Light Platoons,M-J 87, pp. 15-18.)
Mortars, forgotten assets, CPT Peter C. Lentz (M-A 90, p. 3).
Mortars in Division 86, LT Jeffrey A. Jacobs (M-J 83, p. 52). (Comments on Mortar 86, LT Mark L.
Torrey, J-F 83, p. 12.)
Mortars in MOUT, CPT Edward M. McClure (J-A 83, p. 50). (Comments on Mortars in Cities, CPT
William B. Crews, M-A 83, p. 13.)
Mortars in the new light infantry battalion, CPT James A. Hales (N-D 84, p. 49).
Mortars in urban combat, SFC Patrick J. Coyle (N-D 88, p. 5). (Comments on LT Richard F. Steiners
Mortars in Urban Combat, M-J 88, pp. 42-44.)
Mortars, laying, CPT Douglas M. Brown (J-F 84, p. 50). (Response to Deflection Scale Board, MAJ
Mark S. Flusche, J-F 83, p. 38.)
Mortars (smart and guided), Mr. Robert F. Gaudet (M-J 93, p. 3). Comments on Mr. Earl W. Rubrights
letter, S-O 92, p. 3, in response to MAJ Christopher A. Collins article, Mortar Employment,
M-A 92.
MOS training, ARNG, MAJ Clifford D. Baker (M-A 82, p. 51).
MOS training, ARNG, SFC Michael D. Orton (J-A 82, p. 50). (Comments on MAJ Clifford Bakers letter,
M-A 82, p. 51.)
MPs, in WWII, Dale M. Titler (S-O 82, p. 52).
MPs are also infantrymen, SFC Rick Dunlap (J-F 82, p. 52).
MOUT contributions, COL Adolf Carlson (J-A 96, p. 3). Response to two articles on MOUT: Bradleys
in the City, by CPT John L. Miles, III, and CPT Mark Shankle (M-J 96) and M113 Lessons from
Operation Just Cause, by CPT James B. Daniels (M-J 96).
MOUT training inadequate, MAJ Charles M. Ayers (J-A 87, p. 5).
Museum in Luxembourg, Theodore R. Lowman (J-A 89, p. 4).
National training center series by MAJ Vernon W. Humphrey, LTC W. Michael Griggs (S-O 84, p. 52).
Navigating in the desert, LT John P. Stack, Jr. (J-F 91, p. 3).

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Navigational errors, William W. Cochran (S-O 87, p. 5). (Response to Georgann Lucariellos Know Your
Angles, M-A 87, pp. 36-39).
NBC contamination, CPT Timothy B. Savage (J-F 82, p. 50).
NCO warfighting conference, CPT Richard Thomas (J-F 90, pp. 3-4).
New leader meets the men: Incident from Korean War 1952, Richard E. Robinson (May-August 2000,
pp. 3-4).
Next IFV, too heavy, Mike Sparks (N-D 96, pp. 4-5). Response to Designing the Next Infantry Fighting
Vehicle, by CPT Gregory Pickell (J-A 96, pp. 22-32).
Night attack, LTC George K. Crocker and MAJ Clinton J. Ancker III (M-A 86, pp. 5-6). (Response to
Dismounted Night Attack, LTC William DePalo, S-O 85, pp. 26-29.)
Night attack, CPT Paul J. Cancelliere (M-A 86, pp. 5-6). (Response to Dismounted Night Attack, LTC
William DePalo, S-O 85, pp. 26-29.)
Night attack, dismounted, COL J.E. Greenwood (J-F 86, p. 4). (Response to Dismounted Night Attack,
LTC William DePalo, S-O 85, pp. 26-29.)
Night attack doctrine, CPT Robert G. Simmons (J-A 86, p. 6).
Night climb, Bob Frauson (M-A 92, p. 3).
Night sight, reflex, OC Mike Sparks, USMC (J-F 87, pp. 5-6).
Noncommissioned officer qualifications, CW2 John J. Purpuro (M-A 94, p. 4). Responding to LT Patrick
M. Walshs article, The Leadership Role of the Company Executive Officer, in N-D 93, pp. 15-17.
Nontraditional mission training, Paul D. Carron (July-December 97, p. 5).
Normandy invasion veterans, Stephen E. Ambrose (M-J 91, p. 5).
OCS Hall of Fame (researching history of), COL Waldron J. Winter (J-A 83, p. 52).
OCS motto solicited, LTC Johnnie W. Britton JR., (M-A 80, p. 57).
Officer candidate, advice to, John A. Johnson, Jr. (N-D 83, p. 50).
Officer evaluation, MAJ Lee J. Duffy (S-O 88, p. 4). (Response to CPT Thomas M. Jordans Officer
Evaluation: How Well Does the System Work? M-A 88, pp. 16-17.)
OOTW (operations other than war) training, Anonymous (J-A 94, pp. 5-6).
Operation DESERT STORM, experience at Brown 1, CPT Thomas E. Beron, M-J 92, p. 4).
Operations research symposium, Mr. Keith A. Myers (M-J 93, p. 4).
OPFOR at NTC, LTC Edward J. DeVos, Jr. (S-O 86, p. 6).
OPFOR doctrine, LTC Christopher L. Baggott and LTC Peter J. Palmer (M-J 96, pp. 2-3). Response to
Battalion Reconnaissance: Flooding the Zone at the NTC, by CPT Bradley R. Royle and CPT
Richard G. Hobson (J-F 96).
Optic, close combat, OEG (occluded eye gunsight), ACOG (advanced combat optical gunsight), Mike
Sparks (M-A 95, pp. 3-4).
Ordnance corps affiliation, COL Dwight E. Hair (N-D 88, p. 5).
PAQ-4C laser device on M203, CPT Timothy C. Heinze (J-F 96, p. 4).
Parachute safety, CPT Walter D. Croley, Jr. (J-A 82, p. 49).
Patrolling, John Coleman (S-O 87, p. 4). (Response to MAJ Thomas J. Kuster, Jr.s The Lost Art of
Patrolling, M-J 87, pp. 21-25.)
Patrols, CPT Mike Furlong (M-A 83, p. 50).
Philippine landing, anniversary of, William C. Willmot (S-O 84, p. 52).
Physical fitness badge, CPT Bo Barbour (N-D 83, p. 52). (Response to A Fitness Badge, CPT Michael T.
McEwen, J-A 83, p. 9.)
Physical fitness badge, LT G.A. Silverman (N-D 83, p. 52). (Comments on A Fitness Badge, CPT
Michael T. McEwen, J-A 83, p. 9.)
Physical training, combat olympics, James E. Larson (M-J 83, p. 49). (Comments on Prepared to Fight,
LTC Joseph J. Angsten, Jr., J-F 83, p. 8.)
Physical training as morale builder, LTC Donald C. Fischer (S-O 83, p. 50). (Comments on Building
Morale Through PT, CPT David H. Petraeus, M-A 83, p. 11.)
Picketts Charge, correcting error, LT Robert G. Smith (M-J 86, pp. 4-5). (Comments on SGT Stephen
Bardowskis letter, J-F 86, p. 5.)
Platoon organization, SGT Ted R. Stuart (M-J 84, p. 48). (Comments on Reorganize Platoon, COL
Ralph A. Hallenbeck, N-D 83, p. 10.)
Platoon teams, CPT Edward N. Rouse, Jr. (J-A 86, p. 4). (Comments on The Platoon Team, CPT
Joseph K. Miller, J-F 86, pp. 14-16.)

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Presentation slides, MAJ Kevin Dougherty (J-F 96, p. 3). Response to SFC Mark Kauders article, Eight
Steps to Creating Quality Presentation Slides (J-A 95, pp. 18-19).
Preventing friendly casualties, CPT Edwin J. Kuster, JR., M-J 92, p. 4).
Principles, CPL Douglas N. Bernhard (M-J 86, p. 4). (Response to On Being a Lieutenant, CPT R.D.
Hooker, Jr., N-D 86, pp. 20-23.)
Proverbs and rules, PSG Robert C. Merriman (M-J 88, p. 6). (Comments on Charles Blacks 14
Proverbs Gleaned from a Damp Foxhole, J-F 88, pp. 42-46.)
Psychological operations (PSYOPs), Douglas Nickelson (N-D 94, p. 2). Response to Captain Blaise-Cornell
dEcherts article, We need a Peacekeeping MTP, J-A 94, pp. 34-35, and LT James Sisemores
article, Cordon and Search, J-A 94, pp. 41-43.
Quick-fire, LTC Carroll Childers (M-A 88, p. 4). (Response to CPT Scott E. Hamptons Point Man
Training, J-A 87, pp. 36-37.)
Radio operators and drivers, Harry D. Stumpf (S-O 92, p. 4).
Range checklist, MG Charles P. Otstott (S-O 89, p. 2).
Range estimation, MAJ John M. Dixon (M-J 82, p. 50).
Ranger orientation, MAJ William M. Shaw II (J-A 90, p. 6).
Reactivation of 47th Infantry, LTC Stuart A. Watkins (M-J 87, p. 6).
Reading, Rolfe Hillman (S-O 86, p. 5). (Response to Professional Reading Program, CPT Harold E.
Raugh, Jr., M-A 86, pp. 12-14.)
Recognition of soldiers good ideas, SSG Brent Holman (S-O 91, p. 3).
Recoilless rifle (106mm) needed as shock weapon, Mike Sparks (N-D 94, p. 4).
Recoilless rifle, need for, CPT Abram Mark Ratner, (N-D 80, p. 57).
Recoilless rifle, need for, CPT Russell L. Boraas, (N-D 80, p. 58).
Reconnaissance lessons, JRTC, MAJ William M. Shaw II (J-A 92, p. 3).
RECONDO, book on, E.J. Scales (J-F 90, p. 5).
Reorganizing, Steven Minniear (N-D 86, p. 6). (Response to Reorganizing, BG Wayne Downing,
M-A 86, pp. 22-26.)
Reserve component training, 1SG Roy A. Quinn, (M-A 80, p. 57).
Reserve component training, CPT Tony N. Wingo (M-A 86, pp. 7-8). (Response to CPTs Cormiers and
Hughes letters, N-D 85, on his article, Extended FTX for RC Units, M-J 85, pp. 42-43.)
Reserve component training, LTC Ed Wheeler, (J-F 80, p. 57). (Comments on Affiliation, S-O 79.)
Reserve component training, extended FTX, PSG Marshall K. Maddox (J-A 86, pp. 4-5). (Comments on
Extended FTX for RC Units, M-J 85, pp. 42-43.)
Resupply by artillery fire, CPT Larry A. Altersitz, (S-O 80, p. 59). (Comments on Instant Delivery, M-J
80.)
Rifle ammunition, Richard J. Weader II (N-D 92, p. 3). Comments on Advanced Combat Rifle, by MAJ
Rodney W. Joye, J-F 92.
Rifle company, World War II, LTC Albert N. Garland (Ret) (N-D 95, pp. 3-4). Response to request for
information by Lowry Bowman, N-D 95, p. 3.
Rifle company, World War II, information requested, Lowry Bowman (N-D 95, p. 3).
Rifle, improved M16, LTC C.D. McMillin (N-D 83, p. 50).
Rifle of future, James E. Larson (M-A 83, p. 51. (Comments on Tomorrows Rifle, CPT Noyes B.
Livingston III, N-D 82, p. 13.)
Rifle of future, CPT Noyes B. Livingston III (S-O 83, p. 49).
Rifle marksmanship, MAJ Paul L Conway (S-O 89, p. 2).
Road march standard, SGT Michael P. ORourke (N-D 88, pp. 4-5). (Comments on CPT Martin N.
Stantons letter, J-A 88, pp. 5-6.)
Roadmarching, LTC Anton C. Kaiser, Jr. (S-O 90, pp. 3-4).
ROTC assignment, put myth to rest, MAJ Dan Grigson (M-J 86, p. 4). (Comments on Officer Career
Notes, J-F 86, p. 46.)
Safety, CPT William B. Crews (M-A 86, p. 8).
Scouts, employment of, CPT Edwin J. Kuster, Jr. (J-A 92, p. 4).
Seabees, searching for, Gail Peck (N-D 86, p. 7).
Securing a base camp, Michael F. Meacham, (January-April 98, pp. 2-3), comments on the article, The
Defense of Camp Able Sentry, by Captain Craig A. Collier, January-April 98.

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Security missions, LTC Jack E. Mundstock (M-J 96, p. 2). Response to Counterreconnaissance in Task
Force Security Operations, by MAJ Victor A. John (J-F 96) and Battalion
Counterreconnaissance: Flooding the Zone at the NTC, by CPT Bradley R. Royle and
CPT Richard G. Hobson (J-F 96).
SHAEF/ETOUSA Veterans Association reunion, William C. Lahman (January-February 97, p. 4).
Sidearm, Army .45, COL J.J.P. Erasmus (M-A 83, p. 52).
Sidearms for Rangers, 9mm Beretta Pistol, urban fighting, name withheld, (January-April 98, p. 4).
Sniper training, S.L. Walsh (J-F 86, pp. 4-5). (Comments on 72 Ways to Win Bigger, LTC Wayne A.
Silkett, S-O 85, pp. 38-40).
Sniper weapon, John W. Coleman (J-A 89, p. 3).
Sniper weapon, M24 versus the M2l, SGT Josh Allfree (M-J 89, p. 4).
Soldiers load, Cadet Edward Pascucci (M-J 86, p. 5). (Response to Standardize Combat Load, CPT
Stephen P. Perkins, J-F 86, pp. 16-18 and Infantry in Action: Sustainability, CPT Christopher S.
Barnthouse, J-F 86, pp. 27-32.) William Mayvilles A Soldiers Load, J-F 87, pp. 25-28.)
Soldiers load, Robert E. Rogge (M-J 87, p. 4). (Response to CPT William Mayvilles A Soldiers Load,
J-F 87, pp. 25-28.)
Soldiers load, LTC Thomas A. Simcox (J-A 87, p. 4). (Response to CPT William Mayvilles A Soldiers
Load, J-F 87, pp. 25-28).
Soldiers load, guidelines, MAJ Scott R. McMichael (M-J 86, pp. 5-6). (Comments on Standardize
Combat Load, CPT Stephen P. Perkins, J-F 86, pp. 16-18.)
Soldiers, sailors, and airmens club, New York, Philip A. Serpico (M-A 89, p. 4).
Sounds and weather during specific battles, book on, Michael J. Mooney (M-A 89, p. 4).
Soviet doctrine and training, 1LT William A. Comito, (J-A 80, p. 58).
Soviet infantry, SSG Walter D. Miller (N-D 89, p. 3).
Soviet methods, information solicited, 1LT Noyes B. Livingston, (M-A 80, p. 58).
Soviet river crossings, Roy L. Wilson, (M-A 80, p. 58).
Specialized infantry, capabilities and limitations, CPT Marty J. Eaton (M-A 87, p. 4). (Commenting on
COL Wass de Czeges More on Infantry, S-O 87, pp. 13-15.)
Spirit of America Pageant, CPL Jeffrey Myers (M-J 89, p. 4).
Spirit of America performance, PAO, Military District of Washington (M-J 86, p. 7).
Split formation, COL Bruce B.G. Clarke (S-O 90, p. 3).
Squad is key to battlefield success, Bernard R. Sparrow (July-December 97, p. 3). Response to
Commandants Note (January-February 97, pp. 1-2).
SQT, save written component, PSG Marshall K. Maddox (J-F 91, p. 4).
Squad training, SSG David R. Littlejohn (J-A 82, p. 50).
Staff rides, COL Louis D.F. Frasche (J-A 87, p. 4). (Response to CPT Derek A. Millers Historical
TEWT, M-A 87, pp. 22-26.)
Staff rides, LTC Kenneth R. Pierce (J-A 87, pp. 4-5). (Response to CPT Derek A. Millers Historical
TEWT, M-A 87, pp. 22-26.)
Staff rides, BG William A. Stofft (J-A 87, p. 4). (Response to CPT Derek A. Millers Historical TEWT,
M-A 87, pp. 22-26.)
Standardizing units, LTC James W. Crawford, Jr. (J-F 89, p. 2).
Straight leg Infantry needs another look, Abe Sternberg (July-December 97, pp. 4-5).
Stress management seminar, COL Robert C. Mitchell (M-A 86, p. 8).
Stuart tank, Steven Z. Bardowski (J-F 88, p. 3).
Stuart tank, correct spelling of Stuart, Erhard F. Konerding (J-F 88, p. 3).
Student liaison officer assignment, CPT Bruce W. Cotterman, (J-F 80, p. 57).
Support platoon leader, CPT Gary W. Long (S-O 83, p. 49). (Comments on Support Platoon Leader,
CPTs Robin P. Swan and James P. Moye, M-A 83, p. 36.)
Symbols, CPT R.D. Hooker, Jr. (N-D 86, pp. 4-5).
Symbols, SSG Lary W. Stegall (N-D 86, p. 4).
Symbols (light infantry tab for 7th ID), LT Van R. Dodd (J-A 86, pp. 5-6).
Symposium notice, Dr. Philip C. Dickinson (S-O 83, p. 52).
Synchronization, COL Bruce B. G. Clarke, J-F 92, p. 3).
Tactics, lessons from World War II, MAJ James W. Westbrooke (S-O 83, p. 50).
Tanks with infantry, Edward S. Loomis (J-F 91, pp. 3-4).

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Team vehicles, SFC Robert C. Merriman, Jr. (M-J 87, p. 6).


Tenth Principle of War, LTC David Grierson (M-J 93, p. 4). Comments on CPT Richard A. Turners
article, Morale: The 10th Principle of War? J-F 93.
Tet Offensive, 1968, book on, Eric M. Hammell (M-J 88, p. 6).
Thermal imagers on M1 tank, LTC John Bolton-Clark (M-A 86, p. 7). (Response to INFANTRY News
item on Abrams tank, N-D 86, p. 9.)
Thermal TRPs, COL J.H. Burns, Jr. (J-F 92, p. 3).
Third ARVN Division, information needed, LT Howard C.H. Feng (J-F 87, p. 6).
Thirteen-man rifle squd, Jason T. Woodworth (May-August 98, p. 3).
Thomas Atkins, MG J.H. Jessop (Ret) (N-D 95, p. 3). Comments on Fifty Years Ago in World War II,
March-April 1945, M-A 95, p. 21.
Tobacco use, Albert N. Garland (March-June 97, p. 4). (Response to Tobacco Use and Its Effects on
Readiness, by CSM Sam Spears N-D 96, p. 10.)
TOC layout, LTC A.T. Sylvester II (N-D 83, p. 48). (Comments on The HHC Commander, CPT Walter
J. Sutterlin, M-J 83, p. 9.)
TOW batteries, 1LT Thomas J. Schoenbeck, (M-J 80, p. 57).
TOW batteries, CPT Bradford G. Loo, (M-J 80, p. 57).
TOW firing in desert, CPT Walter E. Wright (M-J 82, p. 59).
TOW position, LT Paul E. Fordiani (J-A 88, pp. 4-5). (Response to CPT J.Karl Clarks SWAP SHOP item
on dismounted TOW positions, M-A 88, p. 39.)
TOW training, German, LTC H. Dismer, (S-O 80, p. 57).
TOW training, James E. Larsen (S-O 82, p. 51).
Training, MG David W. Gray (S-O 82, p. 48).
Training assessment, COL Leroy Doppel (N-D 84, p. 48). (Comments on The Way We Train: An
Assessment, MAJ Andrew J. Bacevich, M-J 84, p. 25.)
Training assessment, BG Royal Reynolds (N-D 84, p. 48). (Comments on The Way We Train: An
Assessment, MAJ Andrew J. Bacevich, M-J 84, p. 25.)
Training excellence, MAJ James M. Hindman (N-D 87, p. 4). (Comments on MG Kenneth C. Leuers
COMMANDANTS NOTE, J-F 87, pp. 1-2 and MG Edwin H. Burba, Jr.s COMMANDANTS
NOTE, M-J 87, pp. 2-3.)
Training notification to the field, SFC John F. Miniter (S-O 82, p. 49).
Training safety, LTC Ronald R. Sommer (J-A 88, p. 3). (Response to CPT Bryan G. Watsons Combat
Safety, S-O 87, p. 40.)
Training, squad, CPT Louis J. Sperl III (M-A 83, p. 52). (Comments on Squad Training, MAJ David J.
Ozolek, N-D 82, p. 16.)
Training, tactics instruction in IOAC, CPTs Michael A. Phipps and Floyd R. Hayse (S-O 84, p. 50).
U-COFT effectiveness, MAJ John F. Dagostino (J-A 91, p. 3).
UNCSF-JSA awards, CPT James W. Hicks (M-A 88, p. 4).
Unit history bibliography, James T. Controvich (J-A 91, p. 6).
U.S. Army and Marine Corps, Billy E. Wells, Jr. (September-December 2000, pp. 6-7). Response to
Nicolas E. Sarantakes article, Interservice Relations: The Army and the Marines at the Battle of
Okinawa (January-April 99, pp. 12-15).
U.S. Forces, Japan forming association, COL Robert E. Rayfield (M-A 92, p. 4).
Values, Gary Curtis (S-O 83, p. 51).
Values, CPT R.D. Hooker, Jr. (S-O 86, p. 5).
Vehicle markings, CPT Larry A. Altersitz (M-J 82, p. 52).
Veterans bonuses, Kentucky, Larry L. Arnett (J-A 89, pp. 4-5).
Veterans of the Normandy invasion, Stephen E. Ambrose (N-D 92, p. 3).
Veterans, Laos and Cambodia, info for book, Michael Reed (M-J 86, p. 7).
Videotapes for health service support, COL James P. Laible (J-F 88, p. 4).
Vietnam book, Keith William Nolan (J-F 84, p. 52).
Vietnam book, COL David H. Hackworth (M-A 86, p. 8).
Vietnam book, Keith W. Nolan (N-D 86, p. 7).
Vietnam exhibit at Infantry Museum, Dick D. Grube (J-A 84, p. 48).
Vietnam experiences, MG David W. Gray (S-O 86, p. 4). (Response to Infantry in Action: A Foot a Day
in Company A, BG Frank H. Linnell, M-A 86, pp. 32-34.)

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Weapon rack, LT Walter J. Hines (S-O 82, p. 50).


Weapon template, SGM Bruce D. Reid (S-O 89, p. 2).
Weapons, light division TOW company, Stanley C. Crist (S-O 96, p. 3). Comments on LTC Stantons
article, Lets Reorganize the Light Infantry Division (M-J 96); comments on CPT Ferrys article,
Mogadishu, October, 1993: Personal Account of a Rifle Company XO (S-O 94); comments on
Hwachon DamKorea, 1951: The 4th Ranger Company and the 7th Cavalry in Action
(M-J 96); and comments on 75mm Rifle Platoon in Korea by CPT Garn, Infantry School
Quarterly, January 1952.
Weapons or ammunition? Abram Mark Ratner (J-F 82, p. 49).
Weapons squad is needed, 1SG Byron Barron (July-December 97, pp. 3-4). Response to Commandants
Note (January-February 97, pp. 1-2).
Weighing the generals in the Korean War, LTC Robert P. Kingsbury. (Summer 02, pp. 4).
Where the U.S. leads , Stanley Crist (Spring 02, pp. 5).
Wildflecken photos solicited, Barbara H. Oslizly (J-F 83, p. 52).
Winter training tasks, LTC Richard A. Dixon (J-F 83, p. 50).
Women and the military, Dr. Linda G. DePauw (J-A 86, p. 6).
World War II, Americans with Canadian forces, Fred Gaffen (M-A 91, p. 4).
World War II encyclopedia, MAJ David T. Zabecki (J-A 89, p. 5).
Worst defeat not Custers, MSG David B. Leber (May-August 98, p. 3). (See From the Editor, JulyDecember 97, General Custers defeat...).
Writing efficiency reports, SFC Ernest D. Holifield (M-J 89, p. 3).
Zeroing with NVDs, Art Osborne (January-February 97, p. 3). Response to Zeroing Techniques with
Night Vision Devices (S-O 96, pp. 6-9).
Zeroing with NVDs, Jean L. Dyer (January-February 97, p. 4). Authors response to letter
(January-February 97, p. 3) from Art Osborne regarding Zeroing Techniques with Night Vision
Devices (S-O 96, pp. 6-9).

NEWS
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101 Brigade Issued New Shotgun SGT Joe Padula (J-M 2012, p. 6)
ADP/ADRP 3-90, Offense and Defense, Douglas A. Darling (N-D 12, p 3)
Army Deploys Gunshot Detector Kris Osborn (A-M 2011, p 3)
Army Introduces New Mountaineering Kits, Doug Graham (Jan-Mar 14, p 3)
Army Redefines Airburst Technology, XM 25, Kris Osborn (N-D 12, p2).
Carl Gustaf Extends Soldiers Lethal Reach Erick Kowal (J-M 2012, p. 2-3)
CG Highlights MCoE Priorities, Cheryl Rodewig (J-A 13, p3).
Changes make BOP Participation Easier C. Todd Lopez (J-M 2012, p. 4)
CROWS Option Boosts Situational Awareness PEO Soldier (Jan-Mar 14, p2)
CSI Releases Interactive Study, Nancy Platt (M-J 2013, p2.)
EIB: New Master Skills Test Focuses on Weapons Proficiency, (M-J 2013, p4-5.)
Fielding of New Tactical Network Begins, Katie Cain (S-O 12, p 3-4).
IBOLC Updates, Retools POI, Nick Duke (M-J 2013, p2-3.)
Live Synthetic Armys Next Generation of Simulation, David Vergun (Jan-Mar 14, p5-6).
MBP to Allow Soldiers to Carry Heavy, Unwieldy Loads, Bob Reinert (J-A 13, p 2).
MCoE Boots Squad as a Strategic Formation Vince Little (J-A 2011, pp. 3-4)
MCoE Revising COIN Doctrine Nick Duke (Jul-Sep 13, pp2-3).
MCoE Rolls Out Self-Study Program Nick Duke (Jul-Sep 13, pp 3-4).
Mortar Crews to Receive New 60mm Systems Audra Calloway (J-A 2011, p.4)
Mortar Redesign Helps Infantrymen Become More Lethal, Safe, John B. Snyder (Jan-Mar 14, p4).
New First Aid Kit Fielded, C. Todd Lopez (Oct-Dec 13, p3).
Rangers Test New Rifleman Radio Kris Osborn (J-M 2012, p. 5)
Reluctant Hero Becomes First Living MoH Recipient Since Vietnam Elizabeth M. Collins (N-D 2010, pp.
25-28)
Resilience App Released Vince Little (J-A 2011, p.5)
Soldiers in Afghanistan Get GPS-Guided Mortar Cartridges Audra Calloway (A-M 2011, p. 2)

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Soldiers Shape Next Generation of Army MC System, Nancy Jones-Bonbrest (Oct-Dec 13, p2).
Studies Validate Master Resilience Training David Vergun (J-M 2012, p. 3)
USAIS Courses Examined for Accreditation, (Oct-Dec 13, p3).
UAS Technology Saves Lives in Combat, Kris Osborn (S-O 12, p 2-3).
USAMU Hosts Small Arms Championship Michael Molinaro (A-M 2011, p. 4)
USASOC Team Takes Top Honors at Best Ranger Competition Kristin Molinaro (A-M 2011, pp.26-28)

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Battlefield Sniper: Over 100 Civil War Kills (By Lt.Col. Tom C. McKenney), reviewed by LTC Keith
Everett (M-J 2013, p 51).
Command of Honor: General Lucian Truscotts Path to Victory in World War II (By H. Paul Jeffers),
reviewed by Meg Reeder (Jan-Mar 14, p 52).
Fangs of the Lone Wold, Chechen Tactics in the Russian-Chechen Wars, 1994-2009 (By Dodge Billingsley
with Lester Grau), reviewed by 1LT Wesly McCullough (Oct-Dec 13, p 52).
The French and Indian War: A Complete Chronology (By Bud Hannings), reviewed by Sarah Harden (M-J
2013, pp. 52-53).
Grab Their Belts to Fight Them: The Vietcongs Big-Unit War Against the U.S., 1965-1966 (By Warren
Wilkins), reviewed by LTC (Retired) Rick Baillergeon (Jan-Mar 14, p 52).
It Worked for Me: In Life and Leadership (By Colin Powell), reviewed by MAJ Kirby R. Dennis (M-J 2013,
p 52).
The Lions of Carentan - Fallschirmjger Regiment 6, 1943-1945 (By Volkert Griesser - Translated by Mara
Taylor), reviewed by Chris Timmers (Jul-Sep 13, p 51).
Marshall and His Generals, U.S. Army Commanders in WWII (By Stephen R. Taaffe), reviewed by Chris
Timmers (Oct-Dec 13, p 52).
Return of a King: The Battle for Afghanistan, 1839-42 (By William Dalrymple), reviewed by LTC Dan Kirk
and LTC Mark Ivezaj (Jul-Sep 13, p50).
Stalins General: The Life of George Zhukov (By Geoffrey Roberts), reviewed by LTC (Retired) Rick
Baillergeon (Oct-Dec 13, p53).
Warlords: Strong-Arm Brokers in Weak States (By Kimberly Marten), reviewed by LTC (Retired) Kevin
McMullen (Jul-Sep 13, p 52).
The Way of Duty, Honor, Country: The Memoir of General Charles Pelot Summerall (Edited and annotated
by Timothy K. Nenninger), reviewed by BG (Retired) Curtis H. OSullivan (M-J 2013, p 51).

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